Caring for Creation
Challenging unauthorized and unjust assessment of costs for interconnecting renewable energy projects to the electric distribution system.
What Cheer Flower Farm
Formed business entity and supported real estate purchase to restore urban brown field as flower farm. . .
Fought off public taking of undervalued waterfront offices.
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Rhode Island Energy has set record high electric rates for Rhode Island, a 47% increase per household and up to 51% for commercial accounts ('Record-high winter electric rates sought: ‘Something we’ve never seen before,’ ' News, July 21). The Journal reported that...
Helen joined Laura Bartsch and Joe Walsh in this Boston Globe commentary that asks RI's leadership to plan for the mechanics of delivering our own clean energy future instead of leaving it up to others and remaining at the end of the pipe by default.
National Grid has exited Rhode Island with $5.3 billion. The agency review process refused to allow advocacy for the public interest in rate reduction, allowing the utilities to continue capitalizing on their economic interests in infrastructure investment and their...
The three women behind What Cheer Flower Farm tore up a parking lot and planted a field of flowers, which they donate to those in need of good cheer. We are very proud to have helped them make that happen as their counsel. Read all about them in this Eco RI news...
Here’s more commentary questioning when our Providence Journal will see the path to a cheaper and cleaner energy future rather than wallowing away in business as usual: ProJo Spouts More Hot Air, Guest MINDSETTER™ Seth Handy Responding to the January 1, 2018 and...
What Cheer Flower Farm was started by three women who tore up a parking lot and planted a field of flowers, which they donate to those in need of good cheer. We are very proud to have helped them make that happen as their counsel. Read all about them in this Eco RI...
J.D., M.S. Environmental Law
Seth Handy has more than 20 years of experience in energy, environmental, real estate, and litigation matters. He assists municipal collaboratives on energy planning and implementation, has helped close real estate and financing transactions for a range of sectors, and handles litigation matters including environmental and construction cases.
Helen Anthony specializes in land use, real estate and non-profit law. Helen is a Providence City Councilwoman, representing Ward 2 on the Eastside. She serves on the Finance Committee and Claims and Pending Suits Committee.
- Land Use
- Real estate