Please ensure Javascript is enabled for purposes of website accessibility


May 17, 2022

Common spice leads to fuel cell breakthrough

The spice's potential role in technology has been revealed through researchers at the Clemson Nanomaterials Institute, who recently published research that shows how

May 11, 2022

Upstate data center finds home in Myrtle Beach

The company first tested the Palmetto State's waters in Greenville. Now it's building an additional data hall in the Upstate and a new facility near the coast to serve as a landing point for subsea optical communication cables

Apr 25, 2022

Gaffney crypto startup gears up for additional $280M investment

Tony Tate thinks that 2022 is a turning point, not just any turning point, but the largest transfer of wealth in human history. That's one reason why the Easley native has come back to his old stomping grounds after more than two

Apr 25, 2022

Duke Energy supports local parks with Earth Day grants

In celebration of Earth Day, Duke Energy extended more than $135,000 to parks and park support organizations across the state. A new trail at one Upstate park

Apr 11, 2022

First Solar receives order in wave of domestic investment

A Greer distribution hub may get a little busier with an order of 750 megawatts of photovoltaic solar modules from a Southeastern-based energy company.

Mar 15, 2022

Greenville, Clemson among first in US to launch ride-sharing network

Greenville, San Francisco and Miami are the first three cities in the country to establish an electric ride-sharing network with at least six charging stations slated for city of Greenville parking garages by

Mar 7, 2022

Russian exports from SC are small piece of export pie

South Carolinians may be more than aware of damage the Russian invasion of Ukraine has wreaked at the gas pump. But while Russian exports barely register on the economic radar for many states

Mar 2, 2022

Anderson broadband project follows in footsteps of rural electrification

A new partnership developed by an Abbeville phone cooperative and Pickens utility seek to bridge the “digital divideâ€_x009d_ in Anderson County through a 2,800-mile broadband expansion priced at

Mar 2, 2022

Developers move forward with Piedmont riverfront community

Developers of a green townhouse community on the banks of a Saluda River mill dam plan to break ground this spring after a two-year pause. Plans originally called for hydropower, but now ...

Feb 25, 2022

Three agribusiness organizations receive $500,000 in Duke grants

Duke Energy plans to give $500,000 through the Duke Energy Foundation will help fund

Feb 21, 2022

Arial Mill developer leases Shaw Flooring facility

Chicago-based developer Farpoint Development purchased Clinton’s former Shaw Flooring Facility and recently leased the property to the Swedish fiber

Jan 24, 2022

Local utilities give back to community

Laurens’ electric provider is sponsoring an all-expense-paid trip to Washington, D.C. and Columbia, for four high schoolers across its service area during the summer, as well as an opportunity for a $5,000 scholarship.