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Some of South Carolina’s greatest writers offer insights and inspiration that can help us navigate today’s troubling times. Read more

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South Carolina’s electric cooperatives take an innovative digital approach to our annual youth programs that introduce high school students to state and national leaders. Read more

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With important issues stalled in the General Assembly due to the COVID-19 pandemic, electric cooperatives remain committed to doing what’s best for our members. Read more

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In the new energy economy, both consumers and suppliers will find themselves in non-traditional roles. Read more

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Lawmakers will need to ask some hard questions before attempting to alter South Carolina’s electricity market. Read more

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The utility sector is changing and electric cooperatives are working with the state legislature to study what that means for co-op members. Read more

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The new year is full of opportunities to tell the old stories that define who we are and remind us that anything is possible. Read more

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Giving back is rewarding in its own right, but for Rachel Larson, a senior at Aiken High School, her community spirit has been recognized with a $5,000 college scholarship. Read more

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To celebrate National Co-op Month, here are 10 reasons to love your local electric cooperative. Read more

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Overcoming addiction can be a painful process, but the road to sobriety is easier thanks to organizations like The Courage Center. Read more

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South Carolina Women Involved in Rural Electrification (SCWIRE) honor the memories of our military men and women who gave their lives in service to others. Read more

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South Carolina’s not-for-profit electric cooperatives need your help finding historic images of rural South Carolina. Read more

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Made possible by co-op electricity, “snap on” bathrooms brought modern indoor plumbing to many rural South Carolina homes. Learn how these low-cost renovation projects were part of Gov. John West’s anti-poverty initiatives from 1971–1975. Read more

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Lessons from a seventh-grade math teacher just might show South Carolina how to solve our problems with Santee Cooper. Read more

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Members can expect more information and greater transparency from South Carolina’s not-for-profit electric cooperatives under new legislation signed by Gov. Henry McMaster in May. Read more

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As the legislature considers what to do about Santee Cooper’s staggering nuclear debt, South Carolina’s not-for-profit electric cooperatives work to shield their members from artificially high electricity rates. Read more

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The dedicated volunteers of S.C. WIRE (Women Involved in Rural Electrification) work year-round to assist their neighbors in need. Read more

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In the aftermath of major weather events, South Carolina’s electric cooperatives join forces with federal, state and local agencies to restore power as quickly and safely as possible. Read more

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South Carolina’s electric cooperatives are working side-by-side with state legislators to resolve the issues surrounding Santee Cooper’s $4 billion nuclear debt. Read more

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With patience and a commitment to serving our members, South Carolina’s electric cooperatives will work through any challenge. Read more

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