April 2015

SCEO moves to a new location

The South Carolina Energy Office (SCEO) has moved to 1401 Main Street in Columbia. All of our contact information and phone numbers remain the same at this time. Please note that our mailing address has changed:

South Carolina Energy Office
1401 Main Street
Suite 900
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Join us at the 2015 ASCEM Spring Conference

Mark your calendar for the 2015 Association of South Carolina Energy Managers (ASCEM) Spring Conference on Thursday May 28 at the SC Department of Public Safety. Sessions at the conference will address energy conservation planning, solar incentives, LED replacement lighting, lifecycle costs, and...

SCEO schedules solar workshops for municipalities

The South Carolina Energy Office (SCEO) is working with our utility partners in addition to the Municipal Association of SC, the SC Association of Counties, SC City and County Management Association as well as private entities such as the SC Clean Energy Business Alliance and the SC Solar...

REMINDER: Boiler Efficiency Institute classes set for April/May

The Boiler Efficiency Institute (BEI) has presented several hundred practical workshops on plant operation improvement for reducing costs over the last 25 years. Even in today’s robust economy, savings from improving equipment performance offer exceptional opportunities to improve the bottom...

ConserFund Plus is now available

The ConserFund Loan program was established by the South Carolina Energy Office to assist government and non-profit entities in carrying out energy efficiency projects. The program has recently been expanded using funds repaid to the State by entities which received loans under the American...

Last chance to participate in SCEO's PEER program

The South Carolina Energy Office’s (SCEO) Palmetto Energy Efficient Retrofits (PEER) program application deadline is fast approaching! However, we still have several spots available for state agencies, public K-12 schools and public colleges and universities to request assistance in determining...

EVENT: SC Solar Council spring meeting

The South Carolina Solar Council will hold its spring meeting on Friday April 17 from 10:00am-2:00pm in the Phillips Market Center at the South Carolina State Farmers Market. Attendance is free but you must register in advance. Please RSVP to ...