It’s All in the Details for Stephanie Murti

Stephanie Murti had only been at the SFPUC for three weeks when Mayor London Breed declared a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus pandemic. In less than a month, Murti went from new employee orientation to becoming Planning Section Chief of the agency’s Department Operations Center (DOC). Talk about whiplash.  Fortunately for Murti, serving in this role is not all that different from what she was…

How the Matrix 4, Keanu Reeves and the SFPUC Come Together

Keanu Reeves, Jada Pinkett Smith, and…Jerry Dille? If one were to venture out to theaters next May to see the new Matrix 4 movie—which has been filming in San Francisco as explosions tear through the Financial District and actors leap off buildings—they may see the SFPUC’s Power Enterprise Communication Line Supervisor Jerry Dille in the…

Your Morning Routine, Brought to You by the SFPUC

B-E-E-P! A fully-charged cellphone alarm startles you out of bed. Time to begin your morning routine! Bleary eyed, you flick on the lights. You brew coffee and turn on the morning news. You flip on the overhead fan as you start your hot shower. It hasn’t even been ten minutes yet, and you have used…

It’s the Sun, My Dear Watson

CleanPowerSF now serves more than 375,000 residents and businesses in San Francisco with clean power. But where does all that energy, which powers Netflix binging, late-night refrigerated snacks, and nighttime reading lamps, actually come from? For many, it is a bit of a mystery. CleanPowerSF sources power from a variety of renewable and greenhouse gas-free…

CleanPowerSF Announces Largest Commitment to Date in New Wind, Solar Projects

CleanPowerSF, the community choice renewable energy program operated by the SFPUC, is making significant investment in San Francisco’s clean energy future. The SFPUC has significantly expanded its commitment to new solar and wind projects in California. The developments, which will create more than 500 jobs and generate about 1 million megawatt-hours of renewable energy per…

San Francisco’s Festive Holiday Lights Powered by City’s Hetch Hetchy System

Glistening snowflakes will twinkle above Leland Avenue in Visitacion Valley for the first time this season as part of the City’s annual festive lights installations managed by the SFPUC. The newly installed snowflakes help celebrate the holiday season and are powered by 100 percent greenhouse-gas free electricity provided by the SFPUC. The new holiday lights…