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How Much Would Your Bill Increase If Duke's Fee Hike Is Approved?

See how much your bill would increase if Duke Energy's proposed fee hike is approved. Read on to find out more and how you can help stop the fee hike!

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Duke Energy Wants You to Pay More for Using Less Energy

Update on March 29, 2019: After the blog post below was published and following overwhelming opposition to the proposed fee hike at public hearings, Duke Energy agreed to partially scale back their…

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SCE&G at the Crossroads for Energy Efficiency

What might have happened if SCE&G and South Carolina's political leadership had invested in energy efficiency, rather than the V.C. Summer nuclear plant? Will they now heed the lesson and embrace efficiency,…

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Legislators Shine Light on Energy Competition in SC

Update, May 16, 2019: Governor McMaster signed the South Carolina Energy Freedom Act into law. Update, Feb. 22, 2019: The bill has passed the House and is moving to the Senate. Please…

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Faith Communities Must Take a Stand for a Livable Climate

This is a guest post by Taylor Allred, Executive Coordinator for South Carolina Interfaith Power and Light (SCIPL). The post was originally published on SCIPL’s website here. South Carolina Interfaith Power & Light…

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VFW Post Goes Solar, Serves Vets, Saves Money, and Protects Environment in SC

In honor of veterans, we at SACE wanted to highlight a great story about veterans taking a significant step to protect the environment and advance the clean energy economy. Thank you to all…

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Where the 2018 Candidates Stand on Energy: Republican Nominee for South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster

This post is the second in a series of blogs examining where the 2018 candidates for state and federal offices in the Southeast stand on key energy and climate issues. SACE's Sarah…

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Where the 2018 Candidates Stand on Energy: Democratic Nominee for South Carolina Governor James Smith

This post is the third in a series of blogs examining where the 2018 candidates for state and federal offices in the Southeast stand on key energy and climate issues. SACE's Sarah…

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Recap of South Carolina Energy Policy in 2018 Legislative Session

Following the cancellation of the V.C. Summer nuclear power plant, the 2018 legislative session in South Carolina was a historic opportunity for significant, long-lasting reform in South Carolina energy policy. Political focus…

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South Carolina PSC votes to temporarily roll back SCEG rates by 15%. Utility whines about extreme political pressure.

This blog post, by Frank Knapp, Jr., President and CEO of the South Carolina Small Business Chamber of Commerce, was written Tuesday, July 2, and was originally published on the SCSBC's blog…