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ForbesHow to Promote Transparency Within Your OrganizationHow much should you tell your employees about the inner workings of your company?
April 2, 2020

The Post and CourierA Decade in, Charleston solar-focused 'forever startup' pulls in new financingOne of Charleston's most mature startup companies closed another round of funding in early 2020 and marked its 10-year anniversary.
February 17, 2020

ForbesA New Partnership Pursues Democratic Renewable EnergyPursuing a joint vision to make renewable energy technology affordable and accessible, US company Palmetto has partnered with Solar Sisters to expand the delivery of clean energy to homes across Africa.
September 25, 2019

ForbesAfrica is Awash in Sunshine -- Energy That Will Help Empower the ContinentPalmetto, is partnering with Solar Sister to help kickstart businesses that bring solar technology to rural African communities.
September 5, 2019

TechCrunchPalmetto gets $20 million credit line for its solar and energy efficiency installation marketplaceFor homeowners that want to go green, but have trouble figuring out how to do it, Palmetto Clean Technologies has the answer. The company has an army of salespeople to pitch the benefits of solar power and energy efficiency, and will connect would-be clean energy consumers with financing options, installers, and software to monitor and manage their equipment.
February 15, 2019

Solar Power WorldEnergy Impact Partners invests $20 million in Palmetto Clean TechnologyEnergy Impact Partners (EIP), a utility-backed energy investment firm, announced that it has provided up to $20 million in financing facilities to Palmetto Clean Technology, a solar and platform technology and fulfillment company focused on the distribution and democratization of clean energy products.
February 15, 2019

TechCrunchEx-NBA commissioner among backers of a Charleston solar tech firmToday Palmetto announced it has raised $6 million. The round was led by Greycroft, with participation from Lerer Hippeau, Box Group and NBA commissioner emeritus David Stern.
September 4, 2018