Many individuals and organizations feel they cannot take action to improve energy efficiency or replace fossil fuels with alternatives without some financial assistance. A variety of such assistance is available, including low interest loans, tax incentives, utility incentives, and occasionally grants.
One of the duties assigned to the Energy Office by the South Carolina Energy and Efficiency Act of 1992 was to serve as a central clearinghouse for information related to energy use and energy efficiency in South Carolina, along with federal and state energy tax incentives.
Energy Saver Tool
The Energy Saver Tool can help you determine what opportunities may be available to you for your home and for your business. By answering a few simple questions, you can find out more about state, federal, utility, and other energy-saving programs.