Sign up for our weekly newsletter!Just send an email to email@example.com with "subscribe" in the subject.
…and we tweet!Follow us @ThinkEnergySC.
Monthly Archives: June 2012
Energy efficient homes are becoming the new norm for South Carolina. Read More
Duke Energy taps Clark Gillespy to be their new South Carolina president. Read More
Are politics and power hampering investment in biomass energy production in South Carolina? Read More
A new study focusing on energy efficiency regulations could spur a revolution in thinking on the topic. Read More
In deregulated electricity markets like Texas, solar can actually reduce the cost of power for customers. Read More
The allowance of 3rd party energy sales in other states continues to drive investment in solar installments. Isn’t it time to open up this market for South Carolinians? Read More
In a state brimming with offshore wind, solar, energy efficiency, and biomass potential, it apparently takes a foreign fuel source and hundreds of millions of dollars in support from the federal government to get many in South Carolina excited about … Continue reading
What challenges still exist for commercializing small modular nuclear reactors? Read More
Is it possible that official agencies are ignoring the exponential growth in solar and wind deployment and wildly underestimating the future contribution of these technologies? Read More
The North Myrtle Beach Chamber of Commerce highlights the progress on wind energy along the Grand Strand. Read More