Clancy Courtney

Primary Focus

  • Industrial Site Development
  • Project Development
  • Information Research
  • Sites and Buildings Analysis

Education

  • University of South Carolina, BS, Geography

Previous Experience

  • Economic Development Commission of Richland, Lexington and Fairfield Counties

Community Involvement

  • Member, Mid-Gun Club
  • Member, Palmetto Woodturners

Clancy Courtney

803.978.7649


Product Development Manager vCard
 803.331.4038 803.771.0160 ccourtney@scpowerteam.com

Raised in Aiken, South Carolina, Clancy received a Bachelor of Science degree in Geography from the University of South Carolina. Prior to joining SC Power Team, Clancy worked at the Economic Development Commission of Richland, Lexington and Fairfield counties and later joined the economic development team of Central Electric Power Cooperative.

Clancy has been an integral part of SC Power Team since its inception in 1988. He oversees product development—sites, parks, and buildings available in the territory of the Electric Cooperatives, and works with various grants and funding available to make these sites market-ready. Clancy is invaluable to SC Power Team, as he is a walking, talking, human GPS and GIS system, and he knows the landscape of South Carolina better than anyone.

Clancy and his wife, Fain, make their home in Columbia. Clancy is a member of South Carolina Economic Developers’ Association (SCEDA) and Southern Economic Development Association (SEDA).

Having built his own teardrop camper, Clancy and his wife enjoy frequent camping trips with friends. In addition, Clancy enjoys skeet shooting and woodturning and is known as an excellent cook. The office loves when Clancy brings to work his “famous smoked BBQ.”

Things other people say about Clancy …

he is dependable, and generous. He helps out no matter what the task without being asked—a real team player.

Clancy loves …

hunting, camping and cooking.

His most precious time is spent …

with friends and family.

Interesting facts …

One day he will learn the geography of western North Carolina, but not for economic development.

Who Clancy was back then …

Santa Claus!

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