June 2017

Summer Time Energy-Saving Tips

The average homeowner spends hundreds of dollars a year on energy costs. But you can lower your energy bills and help save the environment at the same time. As the temperature heats up, take time to re-evaluate your energy use and consider new ways to reduce waste and conserve energy.
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Available Community Solar Programs

Would you like solar on your home or business, but cannot afford it, have a shaded roof, or live or work in an area that does not allow solar? Another option is available if you’d like your home or business to be powered by solar. It’s called community or shared solar.
 
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Clemson University Becomes First Industrial Assessment Center in South Carolina

Clemson University received a grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) to become South Carolina’s first Industrial Assessment Center (IAC). IACs offer no-cost energy assessments to small- to medium-sized manufacturing businesses across the state. The Clemson University IAC is one of only...

South Carolina’s Capital Inches Closer to 100 Percent Renewables

Steve Benjamin, the mayor of Columbia, South Carolina, recently became a co-chair for the Sierra Club’s Mayors for 100 Percent Clean Energy Campaign.

To date, the city government has not released a target date or plan by which Columbia will ditch fossil fuels in favor of clean...

Registration Open for 2017 SC Clean Energy Summit

The South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance (SCCEBA) is proud to announce the date for the 2017 SC Clean Energy Summit is Thursday, September 21, 2017 at the Columbia Metropolitan Convention Center.
 
The 2017 SC Clean Energy Summit will feature an expert level...