Roundtable Discussion on Community Solar Relocated to Larger Venue

Those interested in learning about community solar programs are invited to attend

October 12, 2016 – Charleston, S.C. – The South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance (SCCEBA) announced a venue change for its upcoming Business Roundtable on Community Solar Programs due to an overwhelming interest on the topic.

“We opened registration for this event and filled up our original space at The InterTech Group very quickly,” said Patty Pierce, Executive Director of SCCEBA.  “Therefore, we decided to move to a larger venue where we could accommodate everyone who wants to attend to learn about South Carolina’s new community solar programs that are being introduced by South Carolina’s utilities.”

SCCEBA has partnered with The InterTech Group and Shealy Electrical Wholesalers to host the roundtable discussion that will focus on the development of Community Solar Programs in South Carolina.  The meeting will now be held at the Felix C. Davis Community Center, located at 4800 Park Circle, in North Charleston, S.C. 

Attendees will be informed on the latest information pertaining to community solar programs that are being developed by Duke Energy, SCE&G, The Electric Cooperatives of SC and Santee Cooper. This discussion will allow for a better understanding of how community solar programs will benefit our community economically, as well as environmentally, and attendees will be able to offer input and ask questions. 

“The concept and practice of community solar is very new to our state and across the country,” said Grant Reeves, Senior Vice President of The InterTech Group.  “We want this forum will be an engaging, educational experience that will help us all better understand the benefits and opportunity community solar creates for broader participation in the use of clean energy.”

Registration for the Business Roundtable is now open. The meeting is free and lunch is included.  You can register by visiting

SCCEBA is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization that has been tasked with building a broad-based business alliance that fosters the development of a clean energy industry in S.C. SCCEBA is a cooperative enterprise for clean energy supply chain development in S.C. For more information, visit