Thursday, July 18, 2013

Hartsville nuclear plant at risk for closing | Business | The State
 Duke Energy’s Robinson power plant, a 43-year-old reactor near Hartsville, was the only power station in South Carolina that made the Vermont Law School’s study, which used 11 factors to estimate the plants most at risk of “early retirement.”

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Charleston Company Attempts to Take Homes Off the Grid - SC Business Review

a LowCountry, South Carolina company is using the same technology employed in NASA’s Hubble Space Program and the Viking Moon Probe to commercialize energy systems systems that provide residential power, HVAC, hot water and back up batteries capable of removing homes completely off the power grid.
Mike Switzer interviews Warren Miller, Chief Technology Officer for Hy-Stor in Charleston.  PODCAST HELP - If you can't view the flash player, click here to open the mp3 file OR subscribe to the podcast feed.

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