Project News & Updates

PSC Filing Opens for 2020

On September 16, filing opened to run for the South Carolina Public Service Commission. Public Service Commissioners make major decisions that impact your future electricity bills, ability to choose your utility providers, and whether energy comes to you from…

Legislative Hotlist

Hotlist – Dam Safety Rollbacks and Energy Bills in Week 2

This week was a mix of positive developments on priority energy issues (spoiler – both energy competition bills are now introduced) and negative developments as a Senate Subcommittee moved to roll back dam safety protections. We…

Legislative Hotlist

HOTLIST – Bipartisan Drilling and Energy Efforts in Week 1

We had a great first week back at the Statehouse with positive headway on clean energy. Like other Hotlists, this week’s update includes a rundown on what all happened last week as well as what you can expect…

Legislative Hotlist

Legislative Hotlist: 2019 Priorities

As we jump back into legislative session this January, we are working closely with our partners in the SC Conservation Coalition to prioritize our top legislative priorities for 2018. We’ll be adjusting and adding to our list…

Project News & Updates

Utilities are at it again > sign our solar petition

Well… it happened. July 31, 2018, was the last day that folks who install solar panels in some areas of the state will have the chance to get paid a fair price for the energy they produce. Why? Because…

Election Updates, Press Releases

CVSC-PAC Secures Strong Pro-Solar Majority in State House with Primary Wins

COLUMBIA, SC – Conservation Voters of South Carolina Political Action Committee’s (CVSC-PAC) series of primary victories on Tuesday night sends a clear signal that clean energy is a top priority among Republican and Democratic voters, the group shared on Wednesday. “Voters sent…

Election Updates, Press Releases

CVSC Completes $117,000 investment in Primary Elections

COLUMBIA, SC – In the 2018 primary elections, Conservation Voters of South Carolina (CVSC) invested over $117,000 in support of candidates committed to a clean energy future and pollution-free South Carolina. CVSC invested heavily in direct voter contact with over…