Category Archives: Energy

Hill Electric Company earns the 2019 Business of Integrity Award from BBB

November 20, 2019 Contact: John Boyanoski jboyanoski@completepr.net (864) 289-9772 ANDERSON, S.C. – When it comes to marketplace ethics, it appears no one can touch industrial electrical contractor Hill Electric. The Better Business Bureau of the Upstate, a private non-profit organization serving the 10-county Upstate area, honored Hill Electric with a 2019 Business of Integrity Award…
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Santee Cooper, Laurens Electric Cooperative Advancing Economic Development in Laurens County

Santee Cooper approved a $5 million economic development loan to a subsidiary of Laurens Electric Cooperative, through the state-owned utility’s economic development revolving loan program. The loan recipient is 1939 Land Management LLC, the cooperative’s wholly owned economic development subsidiary. The loan will be used to construct a 150,660 square-foot, Class A speculative building in…
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Furman University receives grant to help reduce food waste and address food insecurity

[caption id="attachment_32466" align="alignnone" width="1140"] Furman’s proposal, which addresses food waste and food insecurity, was recognized by PepsiCo Recycling as one of the most unique projects this year.[/caption] Furman University is among 27 academic institutions that will receive funding from PepsiCo Recycling for campus sustainability efforts. Now in its third year, PepsiCo’s Zero Impact Fund (ZIF)…
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Dominion Energy awards $15,000 grant to USO South Carolina

Grant will fund Holidays for Heroes programs for service members Columbia, SC. (December 20, 2018) –Dominion Energy has awarded a $15,000 grant to USO South Carolina in support of the USO’s Holidays for Heroes campaign. “The USO connects service members to family, home and country,” said Joanie Thresher, director of USO South Carolina. “Thanks to the…
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McCormick to begin receiving power from NTE Energy January 1

The new year will bring a new source of cleaner, more efficient energy to McCormick residents, when the town begins receiving power from NTE Energy. January 1 will mark the beginning of a 20-year power purchase agreement between NTE and McCormick that local officials say will provide significant wholesale price savings over what the town…
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Mock Line Strike Demonstration- South Carolina 811- October 30, 2018

Mock Line Strike & Hot Air Balloon Visit Greer to Educate Importance of Utility Safety GREER – Utility operators, contractors, emergency responders and public officials are invited to a unique pipeline safety event Tuesday, October 30th. The mock line strike, hosted by South Carolina 811, Greer CPW and Enertech LLC will demonstrate a natural gas…
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Deck the Halls with Energy Efficiency This Holiday Season

SCE&G shares lighting conservation and safety tips for the holidays CAYCE, S.C. (Nov. 20, 2018) It’s the season for decorating with festive lights, wreaths and bows. During this time of year, SCE&G shares tips on how to have a safe, bright and energy-efficient holiday. “Energy usage typically increases this time of year with many people…
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Global Solar Street Lighting Market

This report is based on synthesis, analysis, and interpretation of information gathered regarding the target market from various sources. Our analysts have analyzed the information and data and gained insights using a mix of primary and secondary research efforts with the primary objective to provide a holistic view of the market. Photovoltaic (PV) street lights,…
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Clemson to host world energy conference in the U.S. for the first time

NORTH CHARLESTON — There was a time when solar and wind energy were novelties. But today many of the world’s electrical grids — from South Africa to New York City — utilize some form of renewable energy to power their infrastructures. Experts agree this is just the tip of the iceberg and that so much…
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Moody’s Provides Greenville Water with AAA Score

Only nine water utilities across the country have achieved this rating. Greenville SC- August 8, 2018- Moody’s scored Greenville Water as ‘AAA’ in its Annual Issuer Comment last month. Moody's Investors Service is a leading provider of credit ratings, research, and risk analysis. Credit ratings impact borrowing power and interest rates. The ‘AAA’ rating is…
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