Renewable energy gets boost in RI
PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Renewable energy in Rhode Island is getting a boost from two new projects. Bristol's Safeway Auto Services has announced plans to construct a wind turbine on its grounds, and the state's largest solar-farm has been planned at East Providence's former Forbes Street Landfill. At 10 to 15-megawatts, The Forbes St. project would be the largest solar facility in the state. The Bristol and East Providence projects have received $125,000 and $200,310 respectively in grants from the Economic Development Corporation.
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