Members Making News

New and Renewing SCCEBA Members


Over the last few years, SCCEBA’s leadership has refined the organization’s mission around clean energy economic development for our state, as opposed to grant-based research efforts.  As a result, SCCEBA is now 100% MEMBER funded.  This is a truly remarkable accomplishment for a clean-energy non-profit in a state that many don’t see as very forward-thinking when it comes to energy policy.   Given SCCEBA’s sole reliance on member support, the SCCEBA Board and Executive Director Bonnie Loomis say THANK YOU to the following companies who joined or renewed their memberships between January and April of this year.  

WE ARE SO GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT!


New SCCEBA Members

As of April 2018

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Renewing SCCEBA Members

As of April 2018

INVESTOR

Nelson Mullins
Pacolet Milliken Enterprises
SCANA Services
Spinx Company

LEADER

CBRE

PARTNER

REAP, NC, LLC


Members in the News

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Google hits 100% renewable mark, releases data center economic impact report

More than 10 years ago, Google built their first data center in Oregon, and they’ve now built data centers across the US, including one here in South Carolina.  These data centers provide the technological infrastructure necessary to power Google’s operations in the United States and contribute significantly to job growth and income gains at both national, state and local level.   And, last month, Google announced that those data centers – and all their energy needs – are being fully met with clean energy. 

SCCEBA is privileged to have had support from Google since 2013, and Google’s Lilyn Hester, who heads Google’s external affairs in the Southeast, is a member of the SCCEBA Strategic Advisory Committee.

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Economic Report
100% Renewable


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Hannah Solar Government Services completes Otis Elevators 1.2 MW solar farm

Hannah Solar Government Services (HSGS) recently completed construction of a 1.2 megawatt (MW) ground mounted solar array for Otis Elevator Company at the company’s facility in Florence, South Carolina.  The facility became operational in February and consists of 3,660 solar panels expected to generate 1,852,700 kilowatt-hours (kWh) of energy in year one, which is enough electricity to power 171 homes. The ground array is adjacent to Interstate 95, providing passersby with a unique view of Otis’ corporate commitment to power their operations with clean, renewable energy.

HSGS has supported SCCEBA as both a member and Summit sponsor since 2014.
 
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Press Release


Alder Energy Systems completes Beaufort county municipal solar installations

Alder Energy Systems LLC, recently completed five solar installations on municipal buildings for the City of Beaufort in conjunction with Johnson Controls.  Combined, these installations include 876 panels producing 365.5 MWh of solar energy annually.

Alder Energy Systems has been a SCCEBA Affiliate member since 2016.

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Press Release


Are you a SCCEBA Member? Do you have news to share? 
Let us know about it, contact Bonnie Loomis
by email bonnie@scceba.biz  or phone 803-719-6202