The City and County of Greenville were recognized by the EPA as a winner of this year’s Clean Air Excellence Award for their innovative Electric Vehicle (EV) Ecosystem Pilot Project. The EV Ecosystem Pilot Project was created to provide area companies, residents and visitors access to electric vehicles and charging stations. The City and County worked with many partners, including Enterprise Rental Car, Duke Energy and General Electric, to implement the project. Residents and visitors have access to EV rentals at the Greenville-Spartanburg Airport and in Downtown Greenville, an EV car-sharing program in Downtown Greenville, company EV leases and 45 charging stations for public and private use. It is no surprise that Greenville is attracting national attention for its EV Ecosystem Pilot Project. Read more about the EV Ecosystem Pilot Project.
Tax Credits for Rehabilitation of South Carolina Abandoned Textile Mills: What Expenses Qualify for Determining the Credit?
The textile industry dominated South Carolina manufacturing starting in the post-Civil War area, but largely collapsed in the late 20th century. A result was the