Veolia helps bring renewable solar energy to public housing residents in Rhode Island

Unique partnership is first of its kind in the country

Veolia is partnering with the Public Housing Authority of Rhode Island to bring clean renewable solar energy to generate electricity for nine separate housing authorities in the state. Veolia and PHARI, in collaboration with solar power company Nautilus Solar, will build solar panel projects at various locations around the state to provide power for thousands of low-income residents. The partnership will help PHARI realize approximately $30 million in energy cost savings over the next 20 years. 

Read more about this innovative project in this story in Providence Business News.