Brayton Point is getting a new owner, but it still won’t be saved from the wrecking ball. The massive coal-fired power plant on the South Coast will be acquired by Houston’s Dynegy Inc. in a $3.45 billion deal
Standing in a sunny gravel lot near the Burlington bike path, Mayor Miro Weinberger heralded the city's new project, called Waterfront Access North, as the most significant infrastructure development on the waterfront in about two decades
The Maine House of Representatives passed a bill Monday that would throw out proposed mining rules drafted after a legislative vote just two years ago and require the Department of Environmental Protection to write new ones.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Large-scale processing of construction and demolition debris may be moving from the former TLA Pond View facility in East Providence to Providence’s surging recycling hub along Allens Avenue — much to the delight of some Rumford neighbors.
Consumers' groups delivered a reminder to legislators Monday about their high expectations for still-developing legislation that leaders promise will protect the public against bait-and-switch marketing by third-party electric suppliers
PORTLAND — Climate change is getting expensive. As the president of East Brown Cow Management in Portland, I own and manage more than 20 properties in the area, so rising sea levels, extreme weather and other problems from climate change quite literally threaten the very foundations of the business I have built
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — As Connecticut moves on several fronts to diversify its supply of energy, proposals for wind power have stalled as state lawmakers struggle to reach agreement on rules for turbine locations, shadows created by spinning blades and other details.