19Sep

Solar Panels For Your Home: Does It Make Sense In South Carolina?

When most people think about solar panel installations on homes, images of hippies and environmental movements come to mind. While it may be true that California leads the nation for the amount of installed solar capacity, the solar power movement is gaining momentum all across America. So the question that is often asked is, “Does…

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11Sep

Comparing Quotes For Solar Panels In South Carolina

You are probably aware of the rising popularity of solar power – homeowners everywhere are taking advantage of the financial and environmental benefits of green energy. And let’s be clear, the cost has come down immensely in the past few decades, and even more so in recent years. But that doesn’t mean the cheapest route…

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Customer Review: Charleston Solar Homeowners Rate Southern Current

The following interview was conducted with Brenda and Gary S., Southern Current residential solar customers who live in Charleston, South Carolina. Find out how much money you could be saving on electricity costs by contacting Southern Current today! Please tell us a little bit about yourselves. We retired in Charleston in 2009. Why did you decide to switch to…

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30Aug

South Carolina Solar Energy News – August Edition

The following article contains important news about solar & renewable energy in South Carolina from the month of August. 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. August News About Solar Energy In South Carolina Solar Power World: Southern Current Ranks 179 Out…

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14Aug

Don’t Miss This Total Solar Eclipse Party In North Charleston

Residents of the North Charleston area are invited to a FREE solar eclipse viewing and party on Monday, August 21st organized by The Post and Courier. For the first time in 38 years, a total solar eclipse will be visible across the continental United States. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the…

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