The two day SC Clean Energy Conference is truly one-of-a-kind.

As the state’s ONLY clean energy conference, the 2019 SC Clean Energy Conference is the PREMIER opportunity to

  • get up to speed on the business of South Carolina clean energy through general session panel discussions steered by leading influencers and energy experts;
  • accelerate your knowledge of powerful industry trends through breakout sessions geared toward transportation electrification, solar, energy resilience, and economic development; and
  • fuel the growth of your professional network by plugging in with:
  • utilities
  • renewable developers
  • suppliers
  • commercial/industrial energy users
  • legislators
  • regulators
  • economic developers
  • local governments

And, this year, the SC Clean Energy Conference is offering a chance for you to keep the engine running on knowledge development and professional networking!  The post-conference continuing legal education (CLE) seminar will explore the legal issues surrounding South Carolina’s NEW Energy Freedom Act, along with the regulatory dockets required under the Act and other changes driving South Carolina’s energy landscape forward.

BEST OF ALL: You do NOT have to be an attorney to attend the CLE!  This seminar is perfect for EVERYONE plugged in to South Carolina’s clean energy economy. The seminar just has to be titled as a “CLE” so that attorneys can be granted credit for attending.


Hear From Leading Clean Energy Experts

KEYNOTE: Transportation Electrification - The Time is NOW!

Erika H.
Principal of Transportation Electrification
Smart Electric Power Alliance

The Smart Electric Power Alliance (SEPA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit based in Washington, DC facilitating the electric power industries smart transition to a clean and modern energy future through standards, research, and collaboration. Erika, a South Carolina native, leads SEPA’s Transportation Electrification programs. She has over 15 years of experience in the clean energy sector and specializes in the nexus between the grid, electric vehicles, and renewable energy.

Erika regularly speaks at events around the country to inspire innovative approaches to vehicle-grid integration. For her groundbreaking research, Erika was recognized as one of Public Utility Fortnightly's, 2019 "Fortnightly Under 40" recipients. Prior to joining SEPA, Erika spent four years as a consultant with ICF International and five years as the Renewable Energy Manager for the South Carolina Energy Office.

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Grant Reeves
SCCEBA Board Co-Chair

Mr. Reeves is a Senior Vice President with The InterTech Group, Inc. where he has served for the past 30 years as a manufacturing and financial executive with merger and acquisition, corporate finance and strategic planning experience.

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Weston Adams, III
SCCEBA Board Co-Chair

Weston Adams III is a partner in Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s Columbia office.  Weston co-chairs Nelson Mullins Energy Industry Group, and practices environmental, energy, and appellate law.  

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Bonnie Loomis
SCCEBA Executive Director

A South Carolina native with undergraduate and law degrees from the University of South Carolina, Loomis is a proven leader with nearly 30 years of experience working in and around South Carolina state government and business.  

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Dominion Energy