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Dec 19, 2023

Mount Pleasant Native Celebrates 55 Years of Service with Dominion Energy

CHARLESTON, S.C. – Raymond Scott learned a long time ago that you don’t always have to be the person in charge to be a leader. This December, the 76-year-old Mount Pleasant native celebrated 55 years of service with Dominion Energy. “I learned to keep moving and stay happy and everything else will take care of […]

Dec 8, 2023

HSGS-Ameresco Awarded Contract to Construct 6.25MW Generation Plant at Military Ocean Terminal Concord

SUMMERVILLE, SC AND CONCORD, CA. – HSGS-Ameresco, LLC, a joint venture certified as a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business by the Small Business Administration and the Department of Veterans Affairs, today announced it has been awarded a contract for the construction of a 6.25MW backup power generation plant and underground transmission lines at Military Ocean […]

Aug 10, 2023

New Poll Finds Growing Support for South Carolina’s Clean Energy Economy

Columbia, S.C. – Conservatives for Clean Energy-South Carolina (CCE-SC) released a new statewide poll today showing strong voter support for clean energy in the Palmetto State. The South Carolina statewide survey was conducted via IVR and Online (Text-to-Web) Interviews from June 23 – June 27 among a random sample of[...]

Jul 20, 2023

Dominion Energy Offering Double Incentive Through Small Business Energy Solutions Program

CAYCE, S.C. – For a limited time, Dominion Energy South Carolina small businesses that have completed an energy analysis through the company’s Small Business Energy Solutions Program may qualify for a double incentive payout for installing new, qualified unitary HVAC and/or food service equipment through the EnergyWise for Your Business Program. Eligible small business customers […]

Jun 28, 2023

Parker’s Hires Oil and Gas Supply Chain Veteran Ricky A. John as Vice President of Fuel

Parker’s – a nationally acclaimed convenience store company and food service leader – recently hired oil and gas distribution veteran Ricky A. John as Vice President of Fuel. In his new position at Parker’s, John creates, oversees and identifies actions to execute the strategic vision of the Parker’s fuel department wh[...]

Apr 25, 2023

Dominion Energy South Carolina Recognized as Easiest To Do Business With Second Year in a Row

Cayce, S.C. – Dominion Energy South Carolina has been named as one of the ‘Easiest To Do Business With’ utilities nationally for the second year in a row, according to Escalent, a top data analytics and advisory firm. Dominion Energy is one of 46 utilities scoring high marks in customer effort. Escalent completed approxima[...]

Apr 13, 2023

Renewables Can Lead the Way to Economic Success and Energy Independence

The economy has certainly taken its toll on South Carolinian’s pocketbooks over the last year. At the grocery store, at the gas pump, and everywhere in between, Palmetto State residents can’t seem to catch a break from inflation. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like the worst is over. Now, increased electricity rates are lo[...]

Apr 10, 2023

How this Charleston energy plant is powering homes on Long Island

Electric vehicles and the batteries needed to power them have made most of the manufacturing headlines in South Carolina recently, but other segments of the clean energy revolution are making the news and history here as well. One Charleston company has taken a groundbreaking role in a more climate friendly way of getting electr[...]

Aug 3, 2022

Ingevity Corp. spends $385M, buys dual companies and invests in another

  Ingevity Corp. of North Charleston has had a busy week already. The company on Tuesday announced it is buying two companies in a $325 million cash transaction and investing $60 million to acquire an equity stake in another. In addition, the company announced record net sales of $419.9 million in its second-quarter report,[...]

Jun 1, 2022

Duke Energy boosts hurricane response resources across state

Thirty-four South Carolina nonprofits and government agencies stretching from the mountains to the ocean are receiving Duke Energy grants to help prepare for hurricane season. Duke Energy today announced more than $500,000 in microgrants to help those organizations increase resiliency and ability to help residents prepare for and recover from devastation brought by significant weather […]

Jun 21, 2021

Renovations in store for 110-year-old building on Navy Base

North Charleston is taking history and making it part of tomorrow, Mayor Keith Summey said in a video news release. Amid major renovations on the former Navy Base in North Charleston, the 110-year-old Power House is being redeveloped and will soon be open to the public as a community asset. Summey is unsure what the […]

Mar 22, 2021

Viewpoint: Dominion proposal attacks jobs, penalizes customers

The Southern Alliance for Clean Energy would like to set the record straight on a few of the “facts” Keller Kissam published in the Feb. 22 issue of the Charleston Regional Business Journal. Mr. Kissam is president of electric operations for Dominion Energy South Carolina. This monopoly utility is regulated by S.C.&r[...]