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Solar Leasing Article PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy

Editorial: Solar power leasing, a good idea with potential

"When you turn on a light switch you expect a dark room to brighten.

But where does that power come from? Well, usually it comes from a coal-fired power plant that adds pollutants to our air and water."

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North Myrtle Beach, Blowin' in the Wind PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy

Establishing a Wind Powered Economic Zone: North Myrtle Beach Reaches for Offshore Wind

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"On November 19, the City of North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina officially became a “wind-powered economic zone” by proclamation of a City Council resolution.  This resolution represents true leadership in the realm of clean energy and a genuine effort to better the community through economic development, community pride, and environmental protection."

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Offshore Wind for the Win PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy

Sierra Club Applauds New Energy Department Investments in Offshore Wind Projects
Investments Overshadowed by Continued Delay of Wind Industry Production Tax Credit


WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Today the Obama Administration’s Department of Energy announced investments in seven offshore wind projects in the Northwest, Midwest, Gulf and East Coast. Initially, each project will receive up to $4 million, and three projects could receive as much as $47 million each over four years.

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PCS Hearing Article PDF Print E-mail
Nuclear Energy

SCE&G, critics wrangle over who pays for 2 new reactors at Jenkinsville

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Challengers to a $283 million cost increase request by SCE&G said Wednesday the utility provider rushed into the $10 billion construction of two new reactors for its Jenkinsville plant amid ample cautionary signs to slow down or stop altogether.

 

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