Little River Electric recognizes the importance of being part of economic and business development in the area we serve. We provide more than electricity; we are active participants in attracting and retaining local industry. Below are some of the partnerships focused on economic development on both county and state levels.ᐧ
South Carolina Power Team is the economic development organization of the state’s 20 electric cooperatives. Together, they provide power to more than 2 million South Carolinians.
South Carolina Power Team is dedicated to supporting local and regional partners in promoting, attracting, and retaining business and new industry. They accomplish this through community-focused initiatives, which place emphasis on competitiveness and community preparedness. In collaboration with partners—Central Electric Power Cooperative, Inc. and the state’s 20 electric cooperatives—they are able to offer several incentives to advance communities.
The Abbeville County Economic Development Partnership is responsible for generating new capital investment and job creation in Abbeville County. The Partnership assists clients with site selection and development, workforce recruitment, information management, and incentives.
The Anderson County Economic Development Team provides your business with the resources it needs to be successful for years to come when moving here. Whether that looks like relocating or opening a new facility, we will be there every step of the way to guide you through the process.
McCormick County Economic Development Partnership works in an area geographically positioned within 100 miles of six major metropolitan areas, including Atlanta, Augusta-Aiken, Anderson, Columbia, Greenville, and Spartanburg. McCormick County is business-ready, with an available 42-acre industrial site and a business-friendly environment full of opportunities.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce is a statewide organization that promotes pro-job and pro-business policies at the state and federal level. We bring together businesses across the state through coordinated strategies, training opportunities, and networking events. With a unified voice, we can make the biggest impact. Our goal is to create the best business climate, so your business can be at its best.
From assisting with the location of new sites and buildings to offering grants for community development and infrastructure improvement, the South Carolina Department of Commerce is here to help grow new and existing businesses. SC Commerce promotes economic opportunity for individuals and businesses through initiatives like workforce training.