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Southern Current investing $30M in Anderson County

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Charleston-based Southern Current is expanding its solar farm portfolio with a $30 million investment in five new facilities throughout Anderson County, according to the S.C. Department of Commerce.

"Southern Current is excited to continue making investments into South Carolina's clean energy future, and there's no better place than Anderson County,” Paul Fleury, Southern Current chief development officer, said in a news release. “We are thankful and appreciative of the support from the economic development team and county council for our projects, and we're excited to start construction in the near future."

Southern Current is owner and developer of residential, commercial and utility-scale solar projects across the Southeast. The company manages projects from site selection and origination through construction and operation.

In May, Southern Current announced a $20 million investment in a new facility in Aiken County, to be located north of the town of Jackson off Atomic Road.

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