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POWERS THAT BE: Peter Kaczmarek, president of Mearthane Products Corp. in Cranston, has decided to add rooftop solar panels to his facility in part because of concerns about increasing electricity rates in the region. 
PBN PHOTO/TRACY JENKINS

Firms fret about how big their power bills will grow

The massive milling machines and grinders used to make Hindley Manufacturing Co.’s signature wire hardware are power hungry, so it’s no surprise that President...

Settlement greenlights National Grid sale to PPL

PROVIDENCE – The final obstacle in the sale of Rhode Island’s primary utility business has been cleared, with the R.I. Office of the Attorney...

R.I. Superior Court grants pause, halting National Grid sale to PPL

 PROVIDENCE – A state judge has put the sale of Rhode Island’s primary utility business on ice pending further review later this month. R.I. Superior...

Disputed R.I. utility sale returns to state court after reaching settlement...

PROVIDENCE – The disputed sale of Rhode Island’s primary utility business is back before the R.I Superior Court after reaching a deal in Massachusetts. Massachusetts...

Mass. court freezes sale of R.I. utility business pending review in...

PROVIDENCE – After securing the green light from Rhode Island utility regulators, the court in a neighboring state has stepped in to stop the...

State regulators approve sale of R.I. utility business to PPL Corp.

PROVIDENCE – Rhode Island’s primary utility business will soon be in the hands of new owners after securing the blessing of state regulators on...

Can the buyer of Narragansett Electric handle offshore wind?

Connecting massive arrays of offshore wind turbines to the state electric grid is a complicated process, and some fear the corporation looking to buy...

PUC greenlights price cuts for solar projects, but votes down proposed...

WARWICK – Commercial and large-scale solar projects will see a drop in the 15-year tariffs paid by National Grid under prices approved by the...
ON THE MOVE: Christine Crum, owner of Gentry Moving and Storage, makes her way around the company storage facility. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Crum turns hurdle to advantage, stands out as woman-owned moving company

More than 15 years ago, Christine Crum felt like receiving her business license from the R.I. Division of Public Utilities and Carriers to own...
PBN PHOTO/MIKE SKORSKI

Five Questions With: Terry Sobolewski

Terry Sobolewski | President, National Grid Rhode Island 1. What’s been your greatest challenge since taking the job? I think the greatest challenge we...
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