Tag: Public Utilities Commission

Homes for people are more important than homes for cars

In San Francisco, a city with a severe shortage of affordable housing, 1,100 new units, 50 percent of which will…

10 months ago

SF advances plans to blend Hetch Hetchy water with groundwater

San Francisco’s plan to mix groundwater with Hetch Hetchy drinking water advanced Wednesday along with a plan to use recycled…

3 years ago

The future of Balboa Reservoir: Say no to privatizing public lands

The future of a huge swath of The City is currently up for grabs, and with it, the future of…

3 years ago

Crews begin rebuilding 125-year-old manhole in Pacific Heights

Utility crews began rebuilding a 125-year-old, nine-foot-deep, brick-lined manhole Thursday in San Francisco's Pacific Heights neighborhood because its bottom is…

3 years ago

With strong enrollment in CleanPowerSF, focus shifts to renewable energy projects

San Francisco’s renewable energy program appears to be off to a strong start. Of the thousands of customers automatically enrolled…

3 years ago

CleanPowerSF initiates first wave of automatic enrollment

For more than a decade, the effort by San Francisco to launch a community choice aggregation renewable energy program was…

3 years ago

CleanPowerSF program suffers setback in more than six week delay

At least a six week delay in the approval process of a long embattled renewable energy program announced Friday by…

3 years ago

Uber fined $7M for keeping info from California regulators

Uber picked up a hefty fare Wednesday when a judge fined the tech-ride company $7.3 million for refusing to give…

4 years ago