Clean Energy

J.D. Allen, WSHU Public Radio

Climate activists in New York rallied outside of local state and federal lawmakers offices on Wednesday to urge the approval of a multi-billion dollar investment in clean energy jobs in the state and across the U.S.

Solar Farm Approved in Waterford, Conn.

Nov 17, 2020
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The Connecticut Siting Council has approved a controversial 75-acre Solar Farm for the town of Waterford, despite rejecting it just two years ago. 

Deep Water Wind
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Federal regulators from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management are asking for public input on potential environmental impacts of a second wind farm off the coast of Block Island.

Matt Young / AP

Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts have selected six proposals to develop more clean energy for the New England market.

Nuclear Plant Subsidies Anger Clean Energy Advocates

May 31, 2016
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Clean energy activists in New York say the state should not subsidize the nuclear energy industry. 

The activists spoke at a Public Service Commission hearing last week on Governor Andrew Cuomo’s proposed energy plan. The goal is to have New York generate half of its energy from renewable sources, like wind and solar power, by 2030.