Wind power in Rhode Island

Sunday, April 22, 2007

Increasingly, states are connecting alternative energy strategies and economic development.

Last week, Rhode Island issued a report estimating that 15 percent of the state’s electricity needs could be met by developing wind farms off the state’s south coast. Read more. Here is another article. You can download a copy of the report here.

Last week, Rhode Island held a conference on wind power. You can learn more here. Portsmouth, RI has been investigating wind power as a local option. You can see what they are up to from this web site.

posted by Ed Morrison |

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