CleanPowerSF

CleanPowerSF could be done in by a dirty trick

The mountainsides around the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir are still smoldering, as is…

CleanPowerSF needs rates to be set to begin

I often tell people it's important to speak truth to power. Today…

It's time for a real clean energy program

Local members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers agree with The…

It is time to rethink the CleanPowerSF program

The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission stood up for our city's utility…

Utility panel oversteps its bounds by refusing to set clean power program in motion

This week, San Francisco stood on the brink of instituting an energy…

CleanPowerSF rate setting fails to pass muster, leaving program in peril

The chances of San Francisco's clean energy program ever launching took a…

CleanPowerSF once again finds itself at pivotal stage

San Francisco's clean energy program is once again at a pivotal point…

Movement expected this week in stalled CleanPowerSF program

Whether San Francisco will move forward with a renewable energy program could…

San Francisco giveth, taketh away from oil company

Recently, after years in office, members of the Board of Supervisors have…

Protect the needy while supporting CleanPowerSF

San Francisco has taken an important step toward building a sustainable future…

SF ready to resume search for public energy provider

The City is recharging its effort to bring in an energy provider…

Power program may start soon

A program to bring in a power company to compete with PG&E…

CleanPowerSF promoted to nearly 100 groups

City workers have personally pitched power sales planned under the upcoming CleanPowerSF…

City officials blast PG&E

As The City is moving forward with trying to establish CleanPowerSF –…

SF’s power program gains state approval

The plan to set up a new power program in The City…

Update on CleanPowerSF set for Friday

The Local Agency Formation Commission, chaired by Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, meets Friday…

PG&E-city agreement stalls

PG&E must let a would-be San Francisco competitor use its transmission lines…