Chester County Sites Complete Duke Energy Readiness Program

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The program evaluates and improves industrial sites in North and South Carolina

Five industrial sites in Chester County have completed Duke Energy's Site Readiness Program, which identifies, assesses and improves industrial sites in North and South Carolina

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Duke Energy's Site Readiness Program evaluates and improves industrial sites in the counties the utility serves in North and South Carolina. The program is intended to identify, assess, improve and increase awareness of industrial sites in the Duke Energy region.

Five industrial sites in Chester County have completed the Duke Energy evaluation program:

Chester Technology Park: 164 acres located 9 miles west of I-77 and exit 65 off of SC 9, Chester County’s first Class A Technology/Business Park with paved roads and lighting.

SC Hwy 9 Industrial Complex: 206 acres located 4 miles from I-77 on SC Highway 9.

L&C Tract I: 278 acres located 1 mile from I-77 on SC Highway 9.

Carolinas I-77 Mega Site: 1,438 acres located directly on I-77, ideally suited for large-scale manufacturing operations.

Colonel’s Pointe Business Park: 109 acres located 1 mile east of I-77 on SC Highway 9.

Information about these and other Chester County industrial and business sites is available on the Choose Chester Economic Development website at http://choosechester.com/sites.php.

The mission of the Chester County Department of Economic Development (CCED) is to create an environment that supports existing industry expansion, encourages new industry investments, fosters entrepreneurialism, and welcomes visitation by others — all of which support the provision of public services and otherwise improves each citizen’s prosperity and overall quality of life. For more information about Chester County, please contact the Chester County Economic Development Office at 1-803-377-1216, info(at)choosechester(dot)com or choosechester.com.

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