State Energy Plan


In 1992, the South Carolina General Assembly passed the South Carolina Energy Efficiency Act, which created the State Energy Office and called for the creation of a comprehensive state energy plan (“State Energy Plan” or “Plan”). Section 48-52-210 of the South Carolina Code of Laws governs the State Energy Plan.

Energy in Action: South Carolina State Energy Plan (PDF)

Energy in Action: South Carolina State Energy Plan Appendices (PDF)

2019 Update to the State Energy Plan

Introduction (PDF)

Presentation to the Public Utilities Review Committee (PDF)

Top-Tier Recommendations Status Summary (PDF)

All Recommendations by Subcommittee (PDF)

Phase III
Activities related to State Energy Plan recommendations.

Developing the Plan
A brief look at the process and development of the State Energy Plan.