Monday, April 4, 2016

CleanPowerSF - Service to Begin in May 2016

BOMA San Francisco's Energy and Environment Committee members met recently to discuss, among other items, San Francisco's CleanPowerSF program.

State law allows cities and counties like San Francisco to pool the electricity demand of their residents and businesses for the purpose of buying electricity on behalf of those customers. These programs are called Community Choice Aggregation programs.

CleanPowerSF is San Francisco’s Community Choice Aggregation program and will provide San Francisco with new clean energy alternatives. When it begins offering service in May of 2016, CleanPowerSF will give residential and commercial electricity consumers in San Francisco a choice of having more of their electricity supplied from clean, renewable sources—such as solar, wind, bioenergy, geothermal, and hydroelectric—at competitive rates. 

By law, CleanPowerSF is an opt-out program. If you do not want to participate in CleanPowerSF, you must opt-out to stay with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) - currently providing 27% renewable energy.

Please click here for detailed information on this program.

Questions? Please contact John Bozeman at for more information. 

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