Think your part of the state is the most breathtaking?  Well go ahead and prove it!  Send us a picture of your natural setting.  It might just end up on the website.

Sierra Club

Explore, Protect, Enjoy

 

Paypal


Donations are handled securely via PayPal.  Due to processing fees, there is a $10 minimum.

You can send checks directly to:
South Carolina Sierra Club
Post Office Box 2388
Columbia, South Carolina 29202

 

Upcoming Events

Banner
Renewable Energy
SE Alt Fuels Conference PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy News

Final_Logo_with_Date

Raleigh, N.C. (August 11, 2014) – The N.C. Clean Energy Technology Center is hosting the Southeast Alternative Fuel Conference and Expo at the Raleigh Convention Center, October 22-24.  Highlights of the event, the largest of its kind on the east coast in 2014, include plenary and breakout sessions with national and regional leaders, a 25,000 sq. ft. expo hall and an alternative fuel vehicle ride-and-drive, as well as five co-located events on the morning of the 22nd that will be free to conference attendees.

You can find out more information about the conference and register to attend by clicking here.

 
Ceremonial Bill Signing PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy News

photo_3

On Wednesday, August 6, 2014, Governor Nikki Haley joined solar champion, Senator Greg Gregory (R-Lancaster), in the ceremonial bill signing of S.1189, the solar energy bill.  The South Carolina Sierra Club supported this important legislation in 2014, which incorporates distributed energy resource programs, net metering and third-party solar leasing in our state.  Here Sierra Club lobbyist, Benton Wislinski and Sierra Club solar organizer, Samantha Siegel, join Governor Nikki Haley in celebration of the bill's passage.

 
Understanding S.536/H.3425 PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy News
Here is a fact sheet on S.536/H.3425: The Energy System Freedom of Ownership Act: word & pdf.
 
Third-Party Solar Leasing Information PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy News

Solar_Panel_Image

As electricity rates across South Carolina climb higher and higher, utility customers are looking for ways toease the strain of rising energy bills. Many customers want to generate their own electricity, but few canafford the high upfront costs of installing a renewable energy system. Using the power of free markets, H.3425 empowers any utility customer to finance their own renewable energy project with private capital.Through this policy, legislators can help utility customers lower their electric bills while simultaneouslycreating local jobs and improving South Carolina’s economy.
Click here to tell your representatives you want solar power in South Carolina.
Read more: Third-Party Solar Leasing Information
 
Harness the Sun PDF Print E-mail
Renewable Energy News

Harness the Sun's Powerful Rays

New on NASA's Climate Kids


A tiny magnifying glass can focus just a little bit of the Sun’s light into a beam strong enough to start a small fire. Imagine doing the same thing with an entire field’s worth of sunlight! This powerful beam is the key ingredient in the newest form of solar power—concentrating solar power.

Read all about this new technology at Climate Kids: http://climatekids.nasa.gov/concentrating-solar.

 

http://us2.campaign-archive1.com/?u=dee843b7f52aa79ae6b6e8b96&id=8e27367abb&e=521e4eb637

 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 Next > End >>

Page 1 of 3