South Carolina Solar Business Alliance

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upstatebizSC

July 16, 2020

The South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance (SCCEBA) announced the addition of four members to its Board of Directors.

Post & Courier

May 27, 2019

Energy Freedom Act opens up energy production markets to more competition

Utility Dive

May 10, 2019

South Carolina unanimously passes solar bill to lift 2% net metering cap

Statehouse Report

February 17, 2017

 If you heard of the possibility of a billion-dollar investment in solar farms in South Carolina, you might think state leaders would be falling all over themselves to attract the capital..........

The Post & Courier

When it comes to South Carolina and sunshine, several images come to mind. Whether it’s spending time on the porch, barbecuing outside, or going fishing, everything is a bit more fun when the sun comes out. However, if our state lawmakers play their cards right, the sun could be bringing with it economic development, revenue, and jobs.........

SC Biz News

February 08, 2017

"S.44 promotes economic growth and creates the opportunity for numerous renewable energy jobs to South Carolina by lowering property tax hurdles on renewable energy developments in the state” Bret Sowers, chairman of the S.C. Solar Business Alliance, said in a news release.

The State Newspaper

February 25, 2017

“It will be a good thing for Saluda County,” Patterson said, adding other landowners call him wondering how to get in touch with solar companies. “It’s a known fact that some more industry would be welcome in the area.”

Greenville Journal

The S.C. Senate has passed a piece of legislation that aims to attract investments to the state’s solar industry...........

PV Magazine

February 20, 2017

“This legislation is a signal that South Carolina welcomes the expansion of the clean energy industry. Renewable energy projects will provide counties a substantial increase in discretionary tax revenues without any increased burden on the services they provide,”

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