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…

7 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…

2 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…

3 years ago