Fed up with your high power costs? Here's what to do:

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Passed by Nikki Haley, SC 2014

State utilities are mandated to produce a certain amount of their energy from renewable sources including wind, geothermal and solar.

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Utility Net Metering Programs

State utilities open net metering programs to allow residential participation. SC residents jump on solar incentives first.

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Qualified Homes Receive Rate Reductions

A small percentage of SC residents enjoy protection from rate increases.  

About 1 in 15 homes qualify.


Qualifications include:

- Utility bill greater than $94

- Insured home in SC

- Taxpayer (to receive tax credits)

See if your home qualifies

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