Rhode Island has one of the most comprehensive — and best — packages of renewable energy laws in the United States.
Rhode Island and Massachusetts study an area designated for the two states to explore as part of the nation’s effort to assess its potential for tapping offshore renewable energy resources.
Massachusetts officials have learned by enticing homeowners to invest in renewable energy through tax breaks, rebates and other economic incentives.
ecoRI News looks at the feasibility of producing electricity from wind to supply most of Naval Station Newport’s electrical needs.
ecoRI News reports on how Rhode Island researchers are studying the noise and visual impacts of local wind turbines.
ecoRI News reports on how clean energy and climate change views are helping drive certain Rhode Island policies.
ecoRI News reports on the current status of two of Rhode Island’s largest solar power projects that have sprung up of late.
ecoRI News reports on how Rhode Island is including electric vehicles in its annual purchase of state cars and trucks.
ecoRI News reports on how development of wind energy in the nation’s smallest state is slow going.
ecoRI News reports on how Rhode Island is devising a sustainable energy supply strategy for homes, vehicles, businesses and power plants.
ecoRI News reports on how advocates for electric vehicles (EVs) are optimistic that battery-powered cars will take hold in Rhode Island.