The facility had supported the construction of a nuclear plant near the Midlands community of Jenkinsville.
State Rep. Bill Sandifer, a Republican from Seneca, was the first co-sponsor of the Base Load Review Act, which shifted the risk for nuclear power plant construction to ratepayers.
Caleb Lewis lives by the saying, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.”
GE said its power turbine factory in Greenville has received an order for two 7HA.01 turbines from the Mexican unit of Iberdrola, a Spanish electric utility.
A power plant in Birdsboro, Pa., will generate electricity by burning natural gas in a 7HA.02 turbine that GE will make at its gas turbine plant in Greenville.
National Solar Jobs Census finds solar employment increased in 44 of the 50 states, grew by 25 percent nationwide.
Duke Energy is going green with its latest round of donations and grants.
Duke Energy recently hauled more than 650,000 tons of coal ash from its W.S. Lee Steam Station in Anderson County.
Clark Gillespy becomes senior VP of economic development for the utility, while Kodwo Ghartey-Tagoe takes over as South Carolina president.
Study: South Carolina's total solar capacity would be enough to power more than 7 million homes.
Upcoming winter expected to be significantly colder than last year's warmer-than-normal winter period. Residential customers could see increase in Piedmont Natural Gas monthly bills.
Piedmont will retain its name and both companies are headquartered in Charlotte. Acquisition adds 1 million natural gas customers to Duke Energy's customer base.
For the 12th consecutive year, Duke Energy has been named to Site Selection magazine’s annual list of “Top Utilities in Economic Development.”
Almost one year after its launch, the Duke Energy Solar Rebate Program has paid about $5 million in rebates its South Carolina customers who have invested in solar power.
Spartanburg-based Atlas Organics delivered 20 tons of organic compost to Greenville’s Reedy River Farms and Legacy Charter Elementary School on Friday. The delivery signaled continued growth for the state’s Don’t Waste Food SC program.