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Come out and support S.536 (the Solar Leasing Bill)

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The Senate Judiciary Subcommittee, consisting of Senators Rankin, Hutto and Turner, will debate S.536 tomorrow! Please join us in support of solar leasing on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 10am in Room 308 of the Gressette Building on the Statehouse Grounds in Columbia.

 
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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Solar Leasing Article PDF Print E-mail
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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
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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."

Read more: North Myrtle Beach, Blowin' in the Wind
 
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