South Carolina's Only Clean Energy Conference to Take Place in November

South Carolina Clean Energy Business Alliance (SCCEBA) is revving up for the South Carolina Clean Energy Conference, formerly known as the Clean Energy Summit.

This truly a one-of-a-kind conference will allow leading influencers and national energy experts to gain new insights on key topics such as transportation electrification, solar, energy resiliency, and economic development. This year the keynote will be delivered by national transportation electrification expert Erika H. Myers of Smart Electric Power Alliance. She will discuss vehicle-grid integration, electric vehicles, and renewable energy. The conference will accelerate powerful industry trends by connecting legislators, regulators, and economic developers. Leaders will also fuel up on the recent passage of SC’s Energy Freedom Act, including discussions and get up to speed for implementation. SCCEBA is excited to help the Palmetto state shift into gear and continue to serve as a leader in clean energy activities across the country.


SCCEBA and leaders in utilities, renewable developers, suppliers, commercial/industrial energy users, legislators, regulators, economic developers, and local governments.


November 7, 2019
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.


The University of South Carolina; Darla Moore School of Business – a LEED Platinum certified building located in Columbia, SC.

Continuing Education

There will be a post-conference professional seminar on November 8, offering the chance for credentialed professionals to get CLE credit.


SCCEBA is the only trade group in South Carolina working to advance clean-energy economic growth through education, communication and collaboration among and between the state’s energy, business, and policy communities. SCCEBA recognizes all forms of low-carbon electricity generation and energy efficiency as “clean energy” and boasts a diverse membership that includes South Carolina’s investor-owned utilities and public power companies along with developers of solar and other renewable electricity generation, energy technology providers and professional service firms.

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