Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission (RI PUC)
Rhode Island Energy explained that the power purchase agreement proposed would be too expensive for consumers, vows to continue efforts to bring offshore wind to state.
Clean energy buyers all face a common challenge: figuring out how to keep track of both the clean energy they use and the carbon emissions they cut.
The Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission held a conference on issues surrounding natural gas distribution infrastructure as the state moves toward net zero.
State regulators and consumer advocates urged FERC to order increased oversight over transmission owners' planning and spending.
The Rhode Island legislature passed Gov. Dan McKee’s proposed legislation for a new OSW procurement, increasing the maximum amount from 600 MW to 1 GW.
The Rhode Island AG’s Office withdrew its opposition to PPL’s acquisition of Narragansett Electric after reaching a settlement agreement with the company.
Rhode Island’s climate council hosted a listening session on the electric sector to help inform a GHG emissions reduction plan update due in December.
Last week, Raab Associates’ New England Electricity Restructuring Roundtable had a panel discussion on the role of utility regulation in decarbonization.
The Rhode Island PUC rejected a proposal from National Grid to remove barriers for low-income customers to access clean energy.
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