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Demand that Raimondo’s energy appointments get true Senate oversight

By the time these nominations are heard in committee, it will be too late. These Senators need to hear from you...

Speaker Mattiello leads the House in bidding goodbye to a beloved, conservative lobbyist

"Every important initiative that I have worked on, John Simmons has been at the center of," said Speaker Nicholas Mattiello. "He...

Celebrating the Invenergy victory with CLF’s Jerry Elmer

"It is now possible, not certain but possible, that there will be no future large fossil fuel power plants permitted anywhere...

Invenergy declines to appeal. Their proposed power plant is dead.

“Perhaps this is the beginning of the end for fossil fuel use for the production of electricity in Rhode Island,” said...

Invenergy’s expert witness reads series of ISO press releases showing that Invenergy’s power plant...

The hearings on Invenergy's proposed $1 billion fracked gas and diesel oil burning power plant, aimed at the pristine forests of northwest...

Invenergy makes 11th hour change to their power plant application

Last week, Invenergy revealed that the company is "going to file a significant change in plans" for their proposed $1 billion fracked...

Under cross examination, the testimony of Invenergy’s expert witness Ryan Hardy falls apart

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) Senior Attorney Jerry Elmer and Attorney for the Town of Burrillville, Michael McElroy,...

Jerry Elmer: The end of the Invenergy case is in sight

Invenergy's proposal for a $1 billion fracked gas and diesel oil burning power plant, aimed at the pristine forests of northwest Rhode...

As new testimony is filed with the EFSB, Invenergy is running out of arguments

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) today filed additionally testimony from their expert witness Robert Fagan with the Energy Facilities Siting Board (EFSB) concerning...

We need to broaden the way we look at new fossil fuel infrastructure

When the Rhode Island Energy Facilities Siting Board (EFSB) considers the licensing for a new fossil fuel burning power plant, it weighs several factors,...