“We want to ensure that the offshore wind energy field knows of our support.” – City of Charleston Councilmember William Dudley Gregorie in his remarks introducing the resolution
The City’s acknowledgement of the value of wind energy reinforces the extensive work done to date on offshore wind energy in South Carolina and sets the stage for a successful future in the promising industry. Moreover, it affirms the values held by residents of the Lowcountry — that a healthy economy and a healthy environment are key to our unique quality of life.
We hope that Charleston’s leadership serves to inspire other governmental bodies in the region to pass similar resolutions and work with the wind industry to help further the emerging clean energy economy.
Duke Energy's new proposed programs simply shift clean energy from one customer group to another. SACE considers this to be fundamentally inequitable and inconsistent with the statutory language of HB 951.
Our fourth annual "Transportation Electrification in the Southeast" report unpacks market trends and policy levers underpinning growth in electric car, truck and bus adoption, including skyrocketing investments in manufacturing and job growth.
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