Library from Rhode Island

Rhode Island RI's GOP Senator urges defeat of Young amendment 28 Feb 2006
Connecticut Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont Draft 2004 New England Marginal Emission Rate Analysis 28 Feb 2006
Rhode Island Wind power could be in Chariho's future 19 Feb 2006
Rhode Island Town may explore use of wind energy at schools 17 Feb 2006
Rhode Island Tons of concrete, massive bolts to secure windmill to earth 4 Feb 2006
Rhode Island Renewable energy sources are gaining popularity 24 Jan 2006
Rhode Island Change in the wind 13 Jan 2006
Rhode Island Governor's New Plan Tackles Soaring Energy Costs 12 Jan 2006
Connecticut Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont MIT team analyzes wind energy potential in Northeast 21 Dec 2005
Connecticut Delaware Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire New Jersey Rhode Island Vermont Conn. to sign emissions accord 16 Dec 2005
Connecticut Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont KeySpan vows there'll be no shortages of gas for heat 3 Dec 2005
USA Rhode Island A new view from Aquidneck Island 30 Nov 2005
Rhode Island Professor says wind is the answer to energy concerns 26 Nov 2005
Connecticut Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont Hartwell to head NEARC 19 Nov 2005
Rhode Island Wind power project gets under way at Abbey 17 Nov 2005
Connecticut Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont New England Energy Alliance Report Cites Major Challenges in All Parts of New England Energy Infrastructure; Diverse Coalition of Companies and Organizations Form Regional Energy Alliance 9 Nov 2005
Rhode Island Desire for wind turbines justifies killing 22 Oct 2005
Rhode Island Energy-project openness 24 Aug 2004
Connecticut Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont ISO-NE Load Forecast Methodology 19 Dec 2003
Connecticut Massachusetts Maine New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont Comments of the New England Conference of PUC and VT DPS 2 Feb 2002

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