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South Carolina 108 MW solar, 198 MWh battery project finds offtaker

Once complete, Dominion Energy South Carolina will purchase power from the project developed by Southern Current, an energyRe company.

South Carolina electric co-op pursues batteries and other alternatives to a proposed gas unit

Utility-scale batteries are being pursued by many utilities, the generation and transmission co-op utility said in explaining its decision, while aggregated distributed resources “can be counted on as predictable generation capacity.”

Duke Energy raises rates in South Carolina

Despite Duke’s purported commitment to clean energy, the utility is citing rising fossil fuel costs in the decision to raise rates.


50 states of solar incentives: South Carolina

South Carolina has over 2 GW of solar installed, much of it coming online in the last five years, according to the Solar Energy Industries Association.

Proterra plans to open EV battery factory in South Carolina

The company’s first battery system factory on the East Coast is expected to produce multiple gigawatt hours of annual battery capacity and create more than 200 new jobs.

Here’s why regulators rejected Duke Energy’s IRPs in South Carolina

Not a single IRP presented under South Carolina’s Energy Freedom Act has been accepted by state regulators. Could that be because the utilities are acting like the law doesn’t exist?

Santee Cooper and Central Electric Power contract for 425 MW of new South Carolina solar

The new capacity–which goes by names like Chester White, Lambert, and Hemingway–represents an addition equal to nearly 40% of all solar installed to date in the Palmetto State.

Two Duke IRPs shot down by South Carolina regulators

South Carolina regulators rejected Duke Energy Carolina and Duke Energy Progress’ Integrated Resource Plans, and demanded a “single and clear” recommendation.


South Carolina regulators approve net metering rules for residential solar

Regulators approved a multi-party stipulation that caps solar applications through the end of 2021 at 1.2 MW for Duke Energy Carolinas and 300 kW for Duke Energy Progress each month.


South Carolina regulators save net metering, reject Dominion’s proposal

Regulators agreed to keep net metering in place while transitioning to Dominion Energy’s existing time-of-use rate schedule for new solar customers.

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