CleanPowerSF

Sierra Club consistently focused on protecting environment, building community

In a recent op-ed in these pages, Supervisor London Breed’s chief of…

 

SF to expand CleanPowerSF energy load amid strong customer demand

San Francisco plans to expand its renewable energy supply after more customers…

 

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

San Francisco’s renewable energy program appears to be off to a strong…

 

CleanPowerSF initiates first wave of automatic enrollment

For more than a decade, the effort by San Francisco to launch…

Renewable energy rate-battle is CPUC’s chance to prove it’s not in PG&E’s pocket

Our hot world is working to cool down, together. In Paris, international…

CleanPowerSF program suffers setback in more than six week delay

At least a six week delay in the approval process of a…

Last minute deal struck over CleanPowerSF to avoid ballot measure duel

A last-minute deal struck Monday over CleanPowerSF will avoid a heated contest…

Supes try to ‘protect’ SF’s renewable energy program

San Francisco is on target to launch a renewable energy program early…

PG&E’s union slings mud at CleanPowerSF, but there’s no truth in “Truth in Energy” campaign

San Francisco’s newest try at renewable energy isn’t actually green, but an…

Supes submit CleanPowerSF, surplus land, legacy business ballot measures

On the verge of launching a renewable energy program, San Francisco is…

SF will be largest municipality in state to offer program with renewable energy

San Francisco is planning to make a number of moves in the…

SF issues timeline to approve CleanPowerSF by October

A newly announced target for the approval of San Francisco's renewable-energy program…

CleanPowerSF supporters demand aggressive launch schedule

When it comes to the re­energized effort to make San Francisco's renewable…

CleanPowerSF back on track with anticipated job creation, mayor support

The future of San Francisco's renewable-energy program, CleanPowerSF, suddenly appears bright, as…

The mayor who cried PG&E: Lee’s new bid

Ed Lee is the mayor who cried PG&E, but now he has…

Mayor’s proposed budget cuts funding planned for CleanPowerSF

The future of CleanPowerSF has been further cast into doubt, as Mayor…

CleanPowerSF supporters make push to maintain program despite budget challenges

Supporters of the proposed renewable-energy alternative to PG&E are pushing San Francisco…

10 years on, CleanPowerSF still flickering

After a decade and more than $4.1 million spent planning to launch…

Concerns arise on impacts of SFPUC finances on clean power program

Questions are being raised on whether the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission…

San Francisco supervisors decry feet-dragging on CleanPowerSF rates

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission was reprimanded Tuesday by the Board…