New JEDA Bonds Refinance Expansion at Mason Preparatory School in Charleston
Mason Preparatory School is using a $6.93 million bond issue through the South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority (JEDA) to refinance costs for a prior construction project and expansion.
SC Commerce Plans Marketing Push to Grow Tech Sector
The S.C. Commerce Department wants to shift its attention from the attracting big-name manufacturers and focus on growing the state's tech sector.
NARENCO Plans Two Solar Farms In Orangeburg County, SC
The National Renewable Energy Corporation will be constructing two new solar farms in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. Both projects are expected to bring $89.1 million in new capital investment to the area.
Job Development Credits Approved for OneMain Holdings, Inc. Expansion
OneMain, a leading consumer finance company, is expanding its operations in York County. The expansion is projected to bring $279,000 in new capital investment and create 175 new jobs. The Coordinating Council for Economic Development has approved job development credits for the project.
USDA Invests $13.6M in Citrus Greening Research
The USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture announced four grants totaling more than $13.6 million to combat citrus greening disease, aka Huanglongbing. The funding is made possible through NIFA's Specialty Crop Research Initiative Citrus Disease Research and Extension Program.
Greenwood County Approves 20-year Property Tax Reduction for Planned Solar Farm
The Greenwood County Council will offer a 20-year property tax reduction to help bring a $45 million solar generation site to land off Dixie Drive in Hodges.
NMTC Coalition Urges Supporters to Sign Letter
The NMTC Coalition is sending a letter to Congress urging leadership to protect the New Market Tax Credit. Please consider signing their letter if you support this important development tool.
Duke Energy to Invest $1.4M for Conservation
Duke Energy will invest nearly $1.4 million to help protect wildlife habitat and land conservation efforts in South Carolina for many years to come.