22Mar

How Long Does It Take For A Solar Panel Installation To Pay For Itself?

One of the most common questions we receive at Southern Current is, “Ok, this all sounds great but how long will it take for my solar panels to pay for themselves?” Since it’s such a popular solar question, we will get right into it and explain the answer below. Solar Panel Payback, ROI In South…

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13Mar

Important Solar Legislation On Hold With State Lawmakers

South Carolina solar industry members are holding their breath. An important piece of legislation has been introduced to state lawmakers that, when approved, will open the floodgates on construction of renewable power plants and billions of dollars in additional tax revenues for counties all across the state. Tax Reform Bill Would Benefit Everyone In South…

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7Mar

Event Recap: Solar Customer Appreciation Night

Southern Current’s Customer Appreciation Night took place on Thursday, February 23rd at the Rusty Rudder in Mt Pleasant, South Carolina. This year’s event was a chance for us to thank local customers for their business, as well as give our hardworking team of solar experts a much needed night to unwind. We closed the location for the…

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28Feb

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. Contact local solar company Southern Current to learn about powering your home or business with clean, unlimited solar energy. February News About Solar Energy In South Carolina The State: SC solar farms on hold, awaiting tax break Solar…

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23Feb

What Happens To A Solar Power System During A Grid Blackout?

A frequently asked question that we receive about solar is, “Will my system provide electricity during a storm or hurricane if there is a power outage?” While you might assume that your solar system will still power your lights and electricity when the grid is down, the truth is, it depends on the specific type of…

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