Report: South Carolina’s Power Bills Highest In America

A new Energy Information Administration report released in February shows the average South Carolina resident spent $1,753 on electricity in 2016, about $400 more than the U.S. average and nearly twice the average customer in New Mexico, the lowest-expenditure state. South Carolinians Pay Higher Electric Bills Than Any Other State Average monthly residential electricity bills…

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Upcoming Event: 2018 Charleston Walk for Water

Southern Current is proud to announce participation in the 2018 Charleston Walk for Water. Millions of families around the world do not have the access to running water like we do here in the United States. Instead, they have to walk miles to fill just one bucket of (usually very dirty) water to fulfill their…

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South Carolina Solar Energy News – February Edition

The following article contains important news about solar & renewable energy in South Carolina from the month of February 2018. Contact the Southeast’s leading solar company Southern Current to learn about saving money by powering your home or business with clean, unlimited solar energy. February News Solar Energy In South Carolina The Sumter Item: Five New Solar Farms Coming To…

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Report: South Carolina Solar Jobs Increased In 2017

Need another reason to support solar power in South Carolina? One word: Jobs. Solar industry employment in South Carolina grew by 2% last year, at a time when the national trend of solar employment decreased across the country. According to the latest Solar Jobs Census by The Solar Foundation, over 2,800 workers are now employed…

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14 Reasons To Fall In Love With Solar Energy

Love is in the air this week, can you feel it?! And Southern Current’s team of solar experts has all the feels for providing you with some lovely information you might be surprised to learn about solar power. Reasons To Fall In Love With Solar This Valentine’s Day #1 Solar energy is free from the sun…

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