Annual report on the implementation of state government energy conservation
South Carolina Energy Office
Energy conservation--Law and legislation--South Carolina , Energy conservation--Government policy--South Carolina--Periodicals
The South Carolina General Assembly passed legislation in early June 2008 requiring all state agencies to develop energy conservation plans to reduce their energy consumption by one percent per year during fiscal years 2009-2013 and by a total of a 20 percent reduction in energy use by 2020. This legislation requires that each of these entities develop an energy conservation plan that addresses how it will meet energy use reduction goals and submit it to SCEO. This annual report reports the statewide progress in meeting the energy use reduction goals.
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