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The impasse over technical policy disputes threatens to curb the clean energy source that has swiftly expanded in the Palmetto State in recent years after legislation initially created an opening for it in 2014 — but with limits that are now being hit.
South Carolina has slightly higher percentage of African-American solar workers than the national industry average but is far below the state's overall black population.
For anyone over the age of 6 months, Dr. Emily Kmetz of Germain Dermatology, recommends sunscreen with at least SPF 15 for daily use.
Coveted space in a development built especially for Charleston's growing technology businesses is changing hands as a solar company expands an…
After falling just short in the 11th hour last legislative session, clean energy advocates are renewing their push to ease restrictions in South Carolina on how much energy rooftop solar customers can sell back to the power grid. But they have already met an initial setback.
Charleston-area residents who want to go green are often attracted to the idea of rooftop solar, but it may mean trimming or cutting down trees, a difficult tradeoff for some.
Last week, the first power provider in South Carolina hit an important clean-energy milestone, but that progress is now likely to stop cold.
It's that radiant crown of sunbeams in the dawn or twilight, a solar spectacle that leaves onlookers in awe: crepuscular rays.
COLUMBIA — After a heated debate over the future of rooftop solar power in South Carolina disintegrated this legislative session, lawmakers th…
Next month Charleston Habitat for Humanity will break ground on its first Veterans Build home in North Charleston through a sponsorship with P…