Greening the Palmetto State

Hartwig, Erika
March 2007
Solar Today;Mar/Apr2007, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p10
Academic Journal
The article presents an opinion regarding the efforts of South Carolina to develop renewable energy sources. A law grants sales tax rebates for flexible-fuel vehicles which run on a blend of gasoline and ethanol. Tax incentives have been established for manufacturers of ethanol and biodiesel fuels. The Strategic and Tactical Research on Energy Independence Commission was formed to determine ways of reducing the state's dependence on petroleum products.


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