A private university in South Carolina wants to install more solar power, but state laws draw the line at 100 kilowatts for nonresidential systems.
This 3,000-square-foot South Carolina house to be given away in the latest HGTV Dream Home sweepstakes has earned LEED Platinum certification for its long list of environmental features.
South Carolina’s Low Country will soon see the addition of two net zero housing developments featuring solar power and geothermal heating and cooling.
Clemson University is building a turbine drivetrain test facility in North Charleston, S.C., that will be able to handle turbines in the 5-15 MW range.
The new home of the University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business in Columbia, South Carolina, aims for both LEED Platinum and net zero.
BMW has launched a pilot program to turn methane gas emitted by landfills into hydrogen to power fuel-cell-driven equipment in its Spartanburg, S.C., plant.
A new residential development on South Carolina’s Kiawah River will feature marshland views, preserved open space, and the latest in green building features.
The state of South Carolina has ordered a fleet of ten electric vans under a two year contract from Michigan-based manufacturer GGT Electric.
Boeing has forged a partnership with South Carolina Electric & Gas that involves a 2.6 megawatt solar installation on the roof its 787 assembly-line building.
The University of South Carolina claims a key role in helping its state nab a top spot in the U.S. Green Building Council’s designation of leading LEED states.