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Carolina Energy 2019: More Collaboration?

What should Carolinians expect, ask for, or watch for in their energy world in 2019? Energy Consumers of the Carolinas asked a handful of energy professionals. The year can be a pivot point in energy. This column is about collaboration, and how 2019 could be a year when available technology matches up with policy. If that happens, Read more about Carolina Energy 2019: More Collaboration?[…]

Blog 5 – These Veterans Give Us Energy

De Rienzo – then From Aiken, South Carolina, here’s the story of a veteran from the Air Force who transferred her skills to our energy workforce. Francesca De Rienzo wanted to earn money for college and travel the world after high school.  With art classes and set-building experience, she pursued her ideal job: aircraft structural Read more about Blog 5 – These Veterans Give Us Energy[…]

It’s Back – Pumpkin Spice Electricity!

Kidding, just something for this time of year. Halloween, you know. Tricks. Treats. Electricity provides a lot of treats – charging your phone, streaming your favorite programs, maybe even powering voice commands for grocery orders. Electricity can play tricks, too. Energy Consumers of the Carolinas wants our readers to avoid being caught by surprise, so Read more about It’s Back – Pumpkin Spice Electricity![…]

What is Energy Poverty?

Energy poverty is a phrase that is fairly new, getting traction let’s say in the last five years or so. It is being more finely defined as it gets debated. Energy Consumers of the Carolinas will take several looks at the topic in the next few months. This column, though, the basics, just to give Read more about What is Energy Poverty?[…]