In 1992, the South Carolina General Assembly passed the South Carolina Energy Efficiency Act, which created the State Energy Office and called for the creation of a comprehensive state energy plan (“State Energy Plan” or “Plan”). Section 48-52-210 of the South Carolina Code of Laws governs the State Energy Plan.
Developing the Plan
Why does S.C. have a State Energy Plan?
A brief look at the process and development of the State Energy Plan.
The ORS Energy Office held 5 public engagement sessions across the state to seek public input. The following engagements sessions were held. Participant Polling results are available from each session.
June 7, 2016
July 7, 2016
July 26, 2016
August 4, 2016