South Carolina

South Carolina

Darcy Jones

Economic Development Meets Clean Energy in South Carolina

Integrating socioeconomically inclusive behavior is a strong point of South Carolina’s clean energy programs. Three staffers at South Carolina Energy Office, Energy Policy Analyst Darcy Jones (the primary source), Deputy Director of Energy Maeve Mason, and Energy Specialist Stacey Washington, completed a joint written interview where they shared insights about how to protect low-to-moderate-income consumers.

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The Green New Deal, Carbon Pricing, And Other Policies that Could Shape 2019

As the threat that climate change poses to civilization becomes clearer, more voices across the political spectrum call for governmental action to slow average global temperature increases and adapt to the impact on natural and constructed infrastructure. Here are three developments likely to shape business strategy in 2019.

South Carolina Quick Data

Energy Efficiency:
Source: ACEEE
Score 3.00 / 8
Score 1.00 / 20
Score 2.00 / 10
Source: DSIRE
Energy Efficiency Programs:
66 Incentives and Policies
Solar Power:
Source: DSIRE
Renewable Energy Programs:
27 Incentives and Policies
Solar Energy Programs:
15 Incentives and Policies
Source: YPCCC

of people in South Carolina support funding research into renewable energy sources in 2018.

(Same as the national average)
(est. 2,744,975 of 3,269,424 adults)

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