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CLF issues a flurry of Motions before the EFSB in Invenergy case

Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) issued a flurry of motions Monday morning, ahead of the Energy Facility Siting Board (EFSB) hearings for Invenergy's $1 billion...

No New Power Plant presents CLF with check for $5000

Today, the folks that represent the “boots on the ground” opposition to a fracked gas power plant proposed for the middle of the woods...

To Governor Gina Raimondo: Oppose National Grid’s LNG facility and Invenergy’s fossil fuel power...

To Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo: For three years we have been resisting two major fossil fuel projects proposed for Rhode Island. Despite call-in days,...

Invenergy blames its failures and delays on power plant opponents in FERC filing

Invenergy's proposed $1 billion fracked gas and diesel oil burning power plant is in trouble. But instead of taking responsibility for its own poor...

The competitive market has determined that Invenergy’s proposed power plant is not necessary

I'm going to hit you with a lot of jargon in this piece, but I hope to explain as I go: On September 20, in...

How to economically account for CO2 a central question during EFSB Invenergy hearings

Invenergy's expert witness Ryan Hardy fought with Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) Senior Attorney Jerry Elmer for 75 minutes on Tuesday morning during the Energy...

Invenergy press release misleading, says CLF’s Jerry Elmer

Invenergy’s July 12 press release saying that “survey work will begin in early August” for the proposed interconnection line is "an obvious effort at...

Energy Facilities Siting Board has its third voting member – Meredith Brady

Rhode Island Department of Administration Director Michael DiBiase today announced Meredith Brady – the Administrator for Planning at the Rhode Island Department of Transportation...

EFSB cancels Invenergy show cause hearing

Rather than defend their actions before the Energy Facility Siting Board (EFSB) at a January 30 "show cause" hearing and risk having their application...

Invenergy withdraws one of two FERC lawsuits

Invenergy continues to clean up its messes. In a letter, Invenergy writes, "because the lawsuit has "proven contentious in the Rhode Island Energy Facility Siting...