John Downey, Triangle Business Journal
May 8, 2017
The Clemson City Council has withdrawn its regulatory challenge to Duke Energy’s contract to sell steam to Clemson University now that the university has moved the proposed power plant away from two residential neighborhoods.
The South Carolina city’s action should ease the way for approving the $50.8 million combined heat-and-power (CHP) plant Duke now plans to build on university property on Kite Hill. The site is a little more than a quarter-mile from the previously planned location and well away from residential neighborhoods.
Continue Reading#News #DukeEnergy #ClemsonUniversity #CHP #NorthAmerica #SouthCarolina #CampusEnergy #UnitedStates