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In South Carolina, the future is brighter still.
Natural resources, including the sun, wind, water and biomass, are readily replenished by nature and are a cleaner source of energy.
By generating solar energy you could receive a bill credit or sell excess back to SCE&G.
Learn how solar energy can power your home.
Get the latest update on the new solar farms. View news release.
SCE&G is committed to balanced, clean energy generation.
Producing the most solar energy in SC, with a total of 4 megawatts.
Recycling organic material to produce energy.
Harnessing the power of the wind to produce energy.
Converting water pressure into hydroelectric power.
We're tripling our use of non-emitting energy sources. By 2019, 60% of our energy production will be non-carbon emitting.
We lead South Carolina in reducing coal-fired generation in favor of clean energy. Our investment in renewable energy is an important part of this effort.
We’re currently adding solar farms throughout our service area. These efforts will add clean, renewable energy to the SCE&G system. A balanced, clean energy portfolio is an essential plan for meeting South Carolina’s future energy needs.
New, ground-breaking legislation will increase the adoption of solar energy for utilities, residential customers and businesses in South Carolina. Look for updates to our renewable energy initiatives as the legislation is implemented.
Read the bill online.
C.W. Moorer built and installed his own solar panels in Lexington County.
Net metering customer in Varnville installs solar tracker to produce up to 30% more power.
Discover new ways to become more energy efficient, including solar, wind and biomass.