Douglas Pike

2,600 kW Output Burillville, RI

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Contract Term

Enjoy savings for the life of the program

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Discount Type

10% Discount

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Cancellation Fees

No Fees

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Cancellation Info

Cancel anytime with 90 days notice

Annual CO2 Offset

As your project pumps clean energy into the grid, less non-renewable energy needs to be produced. Annually, this project reduces the amount of CO2 released into the atmosphere as much as any of the following actions:


Fewer Miles Driven


Lbs. of Coal Avoided


Trees Planted

Project Story

Douglas Pike is the newest community solar project to be developed in the Ocean State, delivering clean, local power to the neighborhood. This 2.6 MW community solar project will generate over 3,000,000 kWh of solar power and create $50,000 in energy cost savings for those participating. All National Grid - RI customers can join this community solar project and start getting guaranteed savings on their utility bill each month. Don't hesitate, join now!

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Project Coverage Area

The coverage map shows the local area that is able to participate in the project. If you're located within the shaded area shown and the project is accepting subscribers, you are able to join the project and support clean, local, more affordable power.

Areas Served *

All Rhode Island Energy customers

* This list is not exhaustive

How You Save

Old Bill


Charges: $100.00

Credits Applied: $0.00

Amount Due: $100.00

Bill With PowerMarket


Charges: $100.00

Credits Applied: -$100.00

Amount Due: $0.00


Generated: 1000 kWh

Credits: $100.00

Amount Due: $90.00

You save $10

Refer a Friend

When the recipient signs onto a project, both you and the recipient will receive a check for $25.

Ready to get started?

Signing up takes seconds, and you can speak to a member of our team anytime about any questions you may have.

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