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Keep a Carbon-free Energy Advantage

"The reward for work well done is the opportunity to do more," said scientist Jonas Salk. Through the energy industry the public can extend an energy source that has provided us a big reward. The opportunity is with nuclear energy and re-licensing…
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The Electric Power Future of SC - A Viewpoint Has Been Outlined

In mid-March a document was posted from a South Carolina think-tank that states its view about an important state-level debate. The document is Santee Cooper’s Uncertain Future: A Historical, Policy and Financial Analysis of the South Carolina…
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Energy - Playing the Long Game

Play to win, don't play not to lose. Big difference. I first heard that phrase from a terrific book called, SWAY: The Irresistible Pull of Irrational Behavior. It was one of the early books about the psychology of choice - why people make…
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A Mission to Serve Customers

Customers. Remember that word. As South Carolina news headlines echo about electric projects and who used to be, or is now in charge, what was getting built, but now is not, the customers are still out there tapping  and paying for a necessary…
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Who Moved My Electric Usage

A 20 year-old classic book about change is Who Moved My Cheese. The author says most people fear change, but living in a rapidly changing world, attitude and knowledge can alleviate fear and help people gain more control. The electric industry…
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Energy Consumers Have an Evolving Voice

The National Academy of Engineering called U.S. electrification the greatest engineering achievement of the 20th Century. Such success is a tough act to follow, though I think the next act has begun and will be terrific. But it will be different,…