Monthly Archives: June 2012

National Guard Becoming More Energy Efficient

The SC National Guard is slashing energy usage and electricity bills through investments in energy efficiency. Read More

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Environmental Groups Take on Leaking Arsenic

A lawsuit by environmental groups has been filed over two coal ash lagoons operated by Santee Cooper that are leaking arsenic on the banks of the Waccamaw River. Read More

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BMW Becoming More Sustainable

Companies like BMW are leading the way towards a more sustainable future.  It’s time our state and national energy policies followed suit. Read More

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Wind Energy Supported

Karl Rove goes to bat for the wind industry. “We need conservative Republicans who can say, ‘This means jobs to my district,’ … and we need Democrats to say, ‘This is a way to expand the range of options that … Continue reading

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Duke-Progress Merger Nears Completion

The Duke-Progress merger nears completion as federal regulators sign-off on a conditional approval. Read More

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Recycling Makes Sense

Recycling makes sense from an energy perspective, but the SC Department of Commerce is also touting the economic benefits of recycling for our state. Read More

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Sea Level Rise is Illegal in NC!

It’s worth a moment to watch this humorous take on North Carolina’s attempt to address sea level rise with legislation. Read More

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Northeast Recognizes Potential of Good Energy Policy

A new report outlines how the Northeast is slashing carbon emissions, creating jobs, and protecting consumers.  When will the Southeast recognize the economic opportunities that accompany good energy policy? Read More

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USC’s “Fuel Cell Challenge”

The University of South Carolina has launched a new “fuel cell challenge.” Read More

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Coal is Losing Steam

Even in Kentucky, coal is losing its luster. Read More

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