Updated November 25 at 8:25am
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(Updated 2 p.m. and 3 p.m.) More than 30,000 National Grid customers remain without power Wednesday afternoon, a day after an early morning thunderstorm downed trees and flooded roads throughout Rhode Island. more
Developers of the newly constructed, $113 million New Bedford marine terminal are optimistic about the future of wind energy and the facility itself, despite seeing Cape Wind – expected to be their first and largest tenant – recently lose two major electricity contracts. more
(Updated 11:11 a.m. and 12:43 p.m.) More than 120,000 National Grid customers in Rhode Island are without power due to an early morning thunderstorm that swept through the region. more
(Updated 3:04 p.m.) National Grid is joining the $3 billion Access Northeast pipeline project to boost natural gas access. more
We have retooled Rhode Island's Manufacturing Extension Partnership center this year. Polaris MEP is poised and ready to better support smaller manufacturing companies in the state. Ninety-five percent of the state's 1,600 manufacturers have fewer … more
Continuing its sustained trend, the price for self-serve, regular gasoline fell in the last week in both Rhode Island and Massachusetts by 7 cents per gallon, according to the weekly AAA Southern New England survey of prices. more
ADI Energy, an energy-services company based in Smithfield, provides clients with plans on how to use energy most efficiently by analyzing their systems and installing practical, cost-effective, environmentally friendly solutions. John J. … more
It didn't generate the big headlines that Deepwater Wind does, but last week National Grid rolled out the details of a renewable energy project that could have an impact on the state's energy situation even more quickly than the offshore-wind-power … more
Officials celebrated the launch of Solarize Tiverton and Solarize Little Compton on Thursday, the latest communities to join the Solarize Rhode Island program. more
Entergy Wholesale Commodities, a division of Entergy Corp., is selling its 583-megawatt Rhode Island State Energy Center to Washington, D.C.-based Carlyle Power Partners for approximately $490 million. more
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