SCSBCC Building Goes Solar
They all commended the Small Business Chamber for its clean energy initiatives.
The chamber will also be partnering with Solarize South Carolina on July 18 to hold an informational event for small businesses on how to go solar at an affordable cost.
Read more about our solar panels here.
SCSBCC Fights Against SCE&G Requests for More Money & Higher Rates
SCE&G has filed two petitions with the S.C. Public Service Commission. The first is to increase the cost of the nuclear plants by $846 million, which would make the plants 43% over the original budget. The second petition is to raise rates by 3.06% which would bring the total of rate hikes for the construction financing costs of the nuclear plants to 20% since 2009.
The SCSBCC is advocating for the non approval of an additional $846 million for construction costs for SCE&G’s nuclear plants, a reduced rate-hike this fall, and legislatively amending the BLRA to better protect consumers. To read more, click here.
On June 28th, small business owners were able to share their concerns with SBA National Ombudsman Earl Gay, Regulatory Fairness Board Members Leo James and Frank Knapp, as well as other Small Business Administration Representatives at the Spartanburg Community College in Duncan, SC.
Small business owner Chip Fuller, from Quality Home Medical, was able to discuss concerns regarding federal regulations from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services with Frank Knapp. For more information on this issue, click here.
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