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.
Local solar installer Sunstore Solar was recently named to an annual list of North America’s top solar contractors. Sunstore Solar achieved a rank of 143 out of 500 North American solar companies.
Laurens Electric Cooperative (LEC) celebrated an energy milestone on Tuesday with the announcement of its community solar farm program, a first for South Carolina. The solar program allows customers to purchase renewable energy for a monthly fee.
Customers can participate in solar energy without installing panels on their rooftop, offering a renewable energy option to homeowners who cannot or choose not to install panels on their own homes
Glen Raven Inc. plans to build a $2 million solar farm at its Sunbrella manufacturing center in Anderson, South Carolina. The 1000-kW project will become the largest solar energy installation in South Carolina owned by a privately held company.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved Duke Energy to operate its Keowee-Toxaway Hydroelectric Project for another 30 years.
If approved by the Public Service Commission of South Carolina (PSCSC), the new fuel rates, which would go into effect Oct. 1, would be the lowest since 2006.
Duke Energy’s customers in the Carolinas set a summertime record for electricity use as the region's lingering heat wave drove up energy demand.