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January 13, 2014


Think Energy SC

Solar Energy & South Carolina: Myths, Facts, and Answers

Monday, January 13, 2014

How does South Carolina compare to neighboring states? South Carolina has fallen far behind neighboring states in the region when it comes to installed and planned solar capacity. North Carolina has installed 51 times more solar (388 megawatts) than South Carolina, and the Georgia Public Service Commission has approved almost 30 times more solar (785 megawatts) than is currently planned in our state. Click here for an FAQ on solar in South Carolina MYTH: Solar requires…

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This Week's News, January 9th, 2013

Monday, January 13, 2014

The SC Public Service Commission (PSC) was recently presented with compelling information on economic development opportunities related to solar, offshore wind, and energy efficiency. Experts in these various fields covered the clean energy resources available in South Carolina and the positive economic impact more investment in these areas would have for the state. The PSC regulates SCE&G, Duke Energy and Duke Energy Progress. Read More  Watch the presentations and the Q&A with the…

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