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Storm Alert

National Grid is closely monitoring the weather in Rhode Island this weekend. We are prepared in the event the storm does damage to our networks and we want to ensure you are prepared, too. We recommend keeping flashlights and extra batteries at home and keeping mobile devices fully charged so you can stay connected in the event of an outage.

National Grid is supporting the State of Rhode Island’s carbon reduction goals and our own commitment to advancing sustainable energy solutions to safeguard the environment for future generations. We’re doing it for you, our customers.

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Why go solar? 

  • The cost for solar panels has dropped 70% since 2010 in the United States, and continues to drop.
  • Solar panels are well-suited for a variety of locations across Rhode Island – from urban to suburban - and can be conveniently installed on roof tops or on open, unused property.
  • By adding solar to your home or property, you are investing in a long-term clean source of local energy, which can reduce or eliminate your electricity bill.

Learn more, use our real-time solar calculator and get easy to compare quotes from pre-screened, high-quality installers in your area by visiting our Residential Solar Marketplace.