Despite being the smallest state in the union, Rhode Island is home to many different businesses. Increasing energy efficiency in the business sector increases jobs, and saves money; thereby, helping the state as a whole. The URI Energy Center sees great potential in our state's movement towards making the business sector more energy efficient. The following websites are resources for local business owners, workers, and the public to access and learn more about creating energy efficient businesses:
Although we are the smallest state in the Union, we have great opportunities and resources to make big changes in the energy usage in the United States. Many organizations and businesses are working together in Rhode Island to increase energy awareness. Their goal is to inform RI residents on how to make life-long changes to decrease energy consumption and increase environmental awareness.
Renewable Energy Businesses in Rhode Island
Energy Source Guide
This site is the gateways to a variety of Rhode Island businesses that are associated with renewable energy. You can search by product type, business type, or business name.
Renewable Energy Fund
Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation
"Rhode Island stands to gain significant benefits from increasing activity in the green energy and green technology sectors. By investing in renewable energy, Rhode Island can not only create jobs and spur economic development, we can also develop new and innovative technology, reduce our dependence on foreign oil and address environmental concerns and provide energy security for the state."
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