Customers who are automatically enrolled in San Francisco’s ambitious green energy program will have to pay significantly more than was expected when supervisors approved the program less than three months ago.
The adjusted rates were released last week by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, the agency charged with implementing CleanPowerSF, a program designed to offer 100 percent renewable energy to residential consumers at an additional cost. Read More
Newly reported cases of potential radiation on Treasure Island have raised alarm and prompted the Board of Supervisors on Wednesday to call for a hearing next week to address the reports. Read More
A battle over the long-awaited proposal for The City to let residents power their homes with 100 percent renewable energy awaits the Board of Supervisors in September when it returns from its legislative recess. But the findings of a new report by the City Controller’s Office may make the program a hard sell. Read More