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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...

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...

Revised Energy Facilities Siting Board Invenergy Hearing Schedule released

Energy Facility Siting Board hearings for Invenrgy's proposed $1 billion fracked gas and diesel oil burning power plant aimed at the pristine forests of...

Halloween-themed Providence DSA Rally draws attention to utility shutoffs

On Tuesday evening, a boisterous group of protesters, with a band in tow, peacefully marched through the streets of Wayland Square before gathering outside...

Public Utility Commission delivers some relief for customers who have had their utilities shut...

The Rhode Island Public Utilities Commission (PUC) on Tuesday issued an order, effective immediately, making it easier for those who have had their gas...

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...

Rep Lancia speaks out against National Grid’s 30 percent rate increase

"You know, I've got to say, this is really a sad day for Rhode Island," said Representative Robert Lancia (Republican, District 16, Cranston) outside...

More delays as EFSB shuts down Invenergy power plant hearings for two months

"What today's postponement means is that Invenergy is a zombie. It may not realize yet that it's dead, but it's dead," said Conservation Law...

Advocates challenge National Grid rate increase and National Grid’s need to exist

"This is no longer a negotiation," said Paul Rakotoarisoa, one of the co-chairs of the Providence Democratic Socialists of America. "We are not asking...

Mayor Elorza presses his case for monetizing Providence Water in Senate Judiciary Committee hearing

Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza is still trying to "monetize" the Providence Water Supply, including Scituate Reservoir. At issue is Senate bill S2838 and House...