BOMA San Francisco’s Government Affairs Committee recently met with staff members from the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) regarding CleanPowerSF. As an aside, if you are interested in public policy issues that affect commercial real estate, you should join the Government Affairs Committee!. Email Marty Smith, Chair (email@example.com) or Shayna Eskew, Vice Chair (firstname.lastname@example.org) and we’ll add you to the list.
IMPORTANT – Please review all of the information below regarding the CleanPowerSF program. Property owners are automatically enrolled unless they choose to opt-out.
All A1, A10 and E19 commercial accounts in the city are being enrolled right now with the exception of:
- A1 accounts that are on CARE rates (this is a low income discount available to qualifying small commercial entities). They are planning to enroll this group in the spring of 2019.
- Commercial accounts that are on Net Energy Metering, which means they have rooftop solar. These accounts are being enrolled on a quarterly basis to line up the enrollment as closely as possible with their annual PG&E NEM true-up cycle.
Most E19 accounts within the City began service with CleanPowerSF on their regular meter read date with PG&E in July. The meter read date varies by account. If any of those E19 accounts wish to opt-out without being subject to PG&E terms and conditions for switching, they should consider opting-out by the end of this week. If an account holder wants to know exactly what day they need to opt-out by, they should email: CleanPowerSF@sfwater.org. They will be happy to work with them.
A comparison of PG&E and CleanPowerSF rates can be found here:
If a customer is on Peak Day Pricing and would like a cost comparison, they can request one by reaching out via either of the following methods:
Phone: (415) 554-0773