The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission released a report Monday identifying ways the city could decrease its dependence on PG&E while still providing clean, reliable …
San Francisco Mayor London celebrated Earth Day Monday by announcing a proposal to require private commercial buildings to run on renewable electricity starting in 2022..
Mayor London Breed said in a statement that PG&E’s announcement to file bankruptcy will not affect service in The City.
The California Public Utilities Commission at a meeting in San Francisco Thursday approved a revised fee calculation that will result in higher charges to customers who choose to buy their electricity from local governments instead of investor-owned utilities.
Francisco has reached an ambitious goal to reduce greenhouse gases locally two years ahead of schedule.
The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission and The City’s board of supervisors held a celebration touting the new energy service provider coming to The City.
The CleanPowerSF program has taken over a decade to be developed and still faces issues that might further hold up implementation.
Mayor Ed Lee is asking the SFPUC to launch a city-run clean energy program by the end of the year.
Recent concerns raised about San Francisco’s renewable energy program, CleanPowerSF, shows that going green isn’t always easy — or cheap.
CleanPowerSF just got about 20 percent more expensive, less than a year before its scheduled rollout.
Big bad PG&E? or big bad Royal Dutch Shell? That’s a choice San Francisco residents could face as soon as next year.