Utilities in Darlington County
Darlington County’s electrical needs are serviced by both a national and a local provider, giving companies options depending on their particular infrastructure and load needs.
Duke Energy, a Fortune 250 company, serves Darlington County residents through its subsidiary, Duke Energy Progress. Headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, Duke Energy Progress provides electricity and related services to nearly 1.5 million customers in North Carolina and South Carolina; 175,000 of those customers are located in the eastern part of South Carolina.
Pee Dee Electric Cooperative
Pee Dee Electric Cooperative provides electricity to approximately 30,000 members in a six county area of northeastern South Carolina. Incorporated in 1939, PDEC is committed to providing high standards of service by consistently implementing policies, programs, products and services that answer the needs of members and their communities.
PDEC’s business development team can assist with site selection, relocation, development and finally, the electricity needs of a company.
AT&T, the largest communications holding company in the United States and worldwide, is the communication services provider to Darlington County residents and businesses.
SCANA Corporation is an energy-based company with over $14 billion in assets. Headquartered in Cayce, South Carolina, SCANA has nine significant direct, wholly-owned subsidiaries, South Carolina Electric & Gas (SCE&G) being one of them.
SCE&G is a regulated public utility that provides electric and/or natural gas service to homes and businesses across a 22,000 square mile service territory in central, southern and western South Carolina.