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S.C. power aggregator joins national renewables organization

Central Electric Power Cooperative becomes the 23rd cooperative member of the National Renewable Cooperative Organization.

Teams are set for the 2021 Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl

The Touchstone Energy Cooperatives Bowl makes history today—selecting South Carolina’s top high school football players for this year’s all-star game, to be played on December 11 at Doug Shaw Memorial Stadium in Myrtle Beach. 

Hilton Head teen wins statewide college scholarship

Tess Sanford, 16, of Hilton Head Island, is the winner of the 2021 R.D. Bennett Community Service Scholarship sponsored by South Carolina’s electric cooperatives. Sanford won a $5,000 prize for her community service project: Jeopardy at Senior Care Centers.

S.C. high school students win $5,000 in podcast competition

Four South Carolina high school students won $5,000 each in an audio podcast scholarship competition sponsored by South Carolina’s electric cooperatives.

High schoolers wrap up Virtual Youth Experience

They began the week virtually, but ended with an in-person meeting that featured S.C. Lt. Governor Pamela Evette.

Sen. Tim Scott, Rep. Nancy Mace address local high school students

Senator Tim Scott, S.C.-R, and Representative Nancy Mace, S.C.-R, spent time with students from across South Carolina as part of the Virtual Youth Experience on Thursday.

Dr. Linda Bell speaks virtually to local high school students

Wednesday marked the third day of the Virtual Youth Experience, a week-long web conference sponsored by South Carolina’s electric cooperatives, designed to bring together high-achieving high school students from across the state to meet with various local, state and national leaders.

Solar power supply deals move toward construction

Central Electric Power Cooperative, the power supplier for South Carolina’s electric cooperatives, has completed agreements with four solar developers to build five renewable energy projects in South Carolina.

Sen. Graham meets with local students during Virtual Youth Experience

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham (R) spent time with students from across South Carolina as part of the Virtual Youth Experience on Tuesday.

Rev. Charles Jackson and Congressman Clyburn meet with local teens

Rev. Charles Jackson and U.S. Rep. James Clyburn spent time with students from across South Carolina as part of the Virtual Youth Experience on Monday.

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