The Energy Office launched the South Carolina Energy Efficiency Roadmap (EE Roadmap) Initiative in October of 2019 to seize energy efficiency opportunities in the state. Facilitated by the Duke University’s Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, the EE Roadmap reviews the remaining 24 energy efficiency recommendations from the 2016 State Energy Plan, reassessing according to current priorities, identifying new opportunities, and developing implementable actions to advance energy efficiency. An Advisory Committee, a diverse and broadly representative group, was formed and met regularly to provide guidance to the process which represented nearly 70 diverse stakeholder voices.
About the EE Roadmap
The EE Roadmap summarizes the collaborative work of stakeholders during the South Carolina Energy Efficiency Roadmap Initiative. The EE Roadmap identified several potential paths forward to help stakeholders and citizens seize the energy efficiency opportunities within the state. The objective of the EE Roadmap is to build on the collective priorities and strengths of the State’s energy stakeholders to identify and achieve a shared set of energy efficiency policy goals and inform the State’s energy efficiency strategy.