Rhode Island Senate (RI Senate)
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.
Supporters of a bill to increase the Rhode Island Renewable Energy Standard to 100% by 2033 expect Gov. Dan McKee to sign it into law.
A bill before the Rhode Island legislature would increase the state’s current 38%-by-2035 Renewable Energy Standard to 100% by 2033.
Charlie Walker, CC BY-SA-2.0, via Wikimedia
At Gov. Dan McKee’s request, Rhode Island’s climate council will move from quarterly to monthly meetings.
The Nature Conservancy says its legislative priorities for Rhode Island next year include setting a 100% renewable energy target and authorizing the TCI-P.
A special legislative session later this year offers an opportunity for the Rhode Island House to pass a TCI-enabling bill backed by the Senate in June.
Gov. Dan McKee has signed a law that commits Rhode Island to a 2050 net-zero emissions target and updates interim targets for 2030 and 2040.
The Act on Climate, which sets legally binding emission-reduction targets for Rhode Island, is now headed to the governor's desk.
The Rhode Island Senate passed a bill that would strengthen the state’s emission-reduction targets and make them legally binding.
Want more? Advanced Search