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In accordance with the amendment of The South Carolina Code of Laws, 1976, section 58-37-40 to include electric cooperatives, Central Electric Power Cooperative Inc. (Central) is submitting its Integrated Resource Plan to the South Carolina State Energy Office on behalf of itself and the 20 South Carolina distribution electric cooperatives. The IRP's development included a planning process that was begun in 2019. Central will complete this process every three years, with a review and update in the off years.
York Electric Cooperative, Inc. (YEC) is a not-for-profit, member-owned corporation headquartered in York, South Carolina that was created in 1941 to provide electric service to its member-owners. YEC currently serves approximately 63,000 member-owners who reside in York, Chester, Cherokee, and Lancaster counties. YEC owns and maintains over 4,000 miles of energized distribution lines to serve its member-owners. YEC's mission is to always look out for our members, providing unsurpassed, innovative and diversified service at a reasonable cost, while improving the quality of life for members, promoting integrity, economic development, safety and a vision of the future.
YEC and the other 19 South Carolina member cooperatives developed this Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) through their wholesale power provider, Central Electric Power Cooperative Inc. (Central). The IRP is written from the Central perspective and will detail Central and its member cooperatives' plan to meet forecasted energy consumption and peak demand throughout the defined planning period of the IRP.