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About the Network

The SC Electric Transportation Network (SCET Network) is a statewide forum for collaboration among businesses, non-profit organizations, academic institutions, public agencies, and other entities involved in or supportive of the equitable advancement of transportation electrification in South Carolina. Network members have the opportunity to participate in monthly virtual calls and educational briefings, join an email listserv for sharing updates and organizing around electric transportation-related opportunities, and opt into a member directory.

Join Us

Please complete this form if you represent an organization and are interested in joining the SCET Network. Membership is free. The Network hosts informational Zoom calls the third Thursday of every month at 11:00 a.m. ET.

April 18

1:00 P.M.

USDN Inflation Reduction Act Elective Pay Webinar 

April 18

11:00 A.M.

SC Electric Transportation Monthly Network Call 

April 20th 

9:00 A.M. - 1:00 A.M.

Columbia, SC

Drive Electric Earth Day Ride & Drive

Soda City Market- Hampton and Main St

April 23

3:00 P.M.

SSDN and River Network Unlocking Resources: Leveraging Federal Funding through Non Profit-Municipality Collaboration Webinar

May 14th- 15th

Columbia, SC

South Carolina Battery


May 16

1:30 P.M.

Greenville, SC

The Hanger @ Runway Cafe 

Upcoming Events

Updated Monthly


Act 46, passed by the South Carolina General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Henry McMaster in May 2021, established the Joint Committee on the Electrification of Transportation, charged the Public Service Commission to examine the opportunities and challenges with the electric transportation sector, and required the Office of Regulatory Staff (ORS) to convene stakeholders to explore the advancement of the electric transportation sector. 


The corresponding Electric Vehicle Stakeholder Initiative and the resulting Electric Vehicle Stakeholder Initiative Report, produced by the South Carolina Energy Office within the ORS, summarizes opportunities to advance Electric Vehicle (EV) deployment in South Carolina. The report features the collaborative work of over 350 diverse stakeholders to examine the legislative and regulatory landscape for EV access and adoption, identify opportunities, and develop actionable recommendations for South Carolina.


Many organizations involved in this stakeholder process recognized the significant electric transportation-related opportunities in the Palmetto State and expressed interest in establishing a network to continue working together to equitably grow and guide electric transportation opportunities in the state. The SCET Network was established in May of 2022.

To submit your organization’s event, contact Evan Renshaw
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