Monthly Archives: May 2012

Energy Efficiency Targets Low-Income Neighborhoods

Duke Energy is targeting low-income neighborhoods for energy efficiency improvements. Read More

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President of Duke Energy Set to Leave

The president of Duke Energy in SC has announced she will be leaving the company next month.  Good luck, Catherine! Read More

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Wind Turbine Facility Nears Completion

The world’s largest wind turbine test facility nears completion in North Charleston, SC. Read More

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Photon Magazine Explores South Carolina’s Solar Industry

Solar in SC – Photon Magazine

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Efforts to Undermine Solar and Wind Technologies

Report reveals coordinated efforts to undermine public support for solar and wind technologies. Read More

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NOAA Confirms Hottest April on Record

NOAA concludes this April was the 3rd hottest on record and the past 15 months have been the warmest in the US since records began in 1895. Read More

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KB Home Committed to Energy Efficiency

KB Home receives national award for its commitment to energy-efficient construction and environmental protection by building ENERGY STAR qualified homes in all of its 32 major markets nationwide, including South Carolina. Read More

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Australia Reducing Carbon Emissions

Australia takes a big step forward in an effort to reduce carbon emissions. Read More

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Earthquakes Threaten SC Nuclear Facilities

Earthquake threats prompt questions about one of South Carolina’s nuclear facilities. Read More

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Progress Energy Working on Efficiency

Progress Energy is “working hard to drive efficiency and hold costs down for customers” in South Carolina. Read More

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