By Andy Brack, editor and publisher | Denmark may offer a peek into the future of energy in South Carolina.
The country of 5.6 million on the North Sea is similar to the Palmetto State. Both have about the same number of people. Both are a mix of urban and rural. And both are on the coast with lots of low-lying areas.
But Denmark has been working hard for more than 20 years to make smart investments to save energy, while South Carolina has only just started to embrace renewable energy with a solar farm in Colleton County and others announced in Hampton and Calhoun counties.