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August, 2020

July, 2020

  • 6 July

    SC Solar Power Update (2H 2019 – Q1 2020)

    When writing an article on the state of electricity in the Palmetto State in 2019, I wasn’t exactly heartened by what the data was showing. South Carolina was trailing regional peers and had minimal annual growth due to caps in net metering agreements. However, the effect of passing legislation eliminating …

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March, 2020

  • 3 March

    SC Politics – 2020 – Democratic Presidential Primary

    Joe Biden unleashed an absolute thrashing this past Saturday on the rest of the field in a much needed victory. It will be interesting to see how this shapes voting that takes place only 3 days later on Super Tuesday. Photo by Gage Skidmore. However, sticking to South Carolina, a …

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February, 2020

  • 25 February

    SC Politics – 2008 – Democratic Presidential Primary

    As alluded to in our 2016 SC Democratic Presidential Primary article, this race is much more reflective of the non-binary results that will be incoming in the 2020 primary in South Carolina this Saturday, February 29th. Even though our memories may fail us, John Edwards, a native of South Carolina, …

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January, 2020

  • 27 January

    SC Politics – 2016 – Democratic Presidential Primary (including turnout)

    This primary wasn’t ever in question, with Hillary Clinton handily defeating Bernie Sanders. Clinton’s victory was assisted by the African-American vote in South Carolina, creating a large margin of defeat in the first diverse state in the Democratic Primary. Sen. Bernie Sanders, 2020 Democratic Candidate for President, is the candidate …

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September, 2019

August, 2019

January, 2019

  • 28 January

    South Carolina’s Electricity Sector and Climate Change

    After hearing the dire reports issued by the US government and the United Nations regarding the effects of climate change, I’ve read a lot about what some areas are doing to reduce carbon emissions. However, I’ve become curious locally if South Carolina is making any progress in this realm. I …

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November, 2018