Go Solar and Stay Connected to the Grid
When you switch to solar in South Carolina, you stay connected to the electric grid. But this is a good thing for you and your home. Because staying connected to the grid means that if, for any reason, your home solar installation can’t produce all the power you need during the day, like on a stormy day, you can keep using your devices and appliances as you always do.
Yet, when the panels on your roof produce more energy than you need, with South Carolina’s Net Metering (NEM) program1, the excess is sent back to the grid, and your electric company will give you credit for it. These NEM credits can be used to reduce your future bills and have more peace of mind.
Be Part of the Clean Energy Revolution in The Palmetto State
At Sunrun, we believe empowering people means empowering a cleaner, safer, and more resilient future for everyone in South Carolina. Precisely why we celebrate the recent passing of the South Carolina Energy Freedom Act. A comprehensive solar bill that ensures South Carolina households can continue to enjoy the benefits of solar in a simpler and more affordable way.2
At Sunrun, we’re also committed to providing you with information, guides, and advice in all things related to solar. So you can learn about your South Carolina electric company’s NEM bill, Time-of-Use rates, sustainable initiatives, and solar incentives; along with any other information you need to know of as an South Carolina solar consumer.
This way, together, we can ensure South Carolina keeps shining bright for you and your community.
Sunrun Electric Company Resources
Learn more about your local electric company in South Carolina.