Sunrun is available in most, but not all, of South Carolina. See the list of utilities that Sunrun works with below.
Going Solar and Staying Connected
Sunrun is available in both Duke Energy, SCE&G & Laurens Electric Cooperative service areas. If you are curious about going solar, give us a call and we’ll get you going with the right solar solution for you.
Going solar from Sunrun doesn’t mean that you disconnect from your current electric company. Instead you use the grid as a way to store your energy. When your panels produce more electricity than your home needs (like during the day), the excess is sent to the utility grid and you are credited by the utility. Later, you can use the credits to draw power back from the grid (like at night). This is called net-metering, and it allows you to maximize your savings.