Cayce, S.C. (Jan. 13, 2017) – SCANA Corp. and its subsidiaries, including SCE&G, paid approximately $196.5 million in property taxes in South Carolina for property assessed in 2016.
“These dollars help support critical public services and have a significant impact in the communities we serve,” SCE&G spokesman Eric Boomhower said.
The largest single SCANA tax payment was made to Lexington County in the amount of approximately $39.1 million. Other significant payments included (approximate):
- Aiken County - $9.4 million
- Allendale County - $1.4 million
- Bamberg County - $1.8 million
- Barnwell County - $1.9 million
- Beaufort County - $6.2 million
- Berkeley County - $9.5 million
- Charleston County - $18.8 million
- Colleton County - $2.9 million
- Dorchester County - $5.7 million
- Edgefield County - $1.5 million
- Fairfield County - $28.1 million
- Florence County - $1.2 million
- Hampton County - $2.7 million
- Jasper County - $6.0 million
- Lexington County - $39.1 million
- Orangeburg County - $14.2 million
- Richland County - $37.5 million
- Saluda County - $1.2 million
- Sumter County - $1.0 million
SCE&G is a regulated public utility engaged in the generation, transmission, distribution and sale of electricity to approximately 707,000 customers in South Carolina. The company also provides natural gas service to approximately 353,000 customers throughout the state. More information about SCE&G is available at www.sceg.com.
SCANA Corporation, headquartered in Cayce, S.C., is an energy-based holding company principally engaged, through subsidiaries, in electric and natural gas utility operations and other energy-related businesses. Information about SCANA and its businesses is available on the company’s website at www.scana.com.