San Francisco Legacy Business Veritable Vegetable Enrolls in CleanPowerSF’s SuperGreen Program

Veritable Vegetable, a San Francisco-based organic produce distributor, has become the first Legacy Business to enroll in CleanPowerSF’s SuperGreen program, which provides 100 percent renewable energy service. The SFPUC operates CleanPowerSF, which offers two choices for cleaner energy. The Green service program is 48 percent renewable, and the SuperGreen service is 100 percent renewable. As…

San Francisco Issues $2.5 Billion Offer Letter for Purchase of PG&E Assets

Last week, the City and County of San Francisco submitted a $2.5 billion offer letter to Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) for purchase of the company’s electricity assets in San Francisco. The offer letter was the result of an eight-month process, which began in January when Mayor London N. Breed directed the SFPUC to…

San Francisco Invests Over $800,000 in Drink Tap Program Expansion

Carrying a reusable water bottle is now going to be an easier habit for San Francisco residents and visitors. With $805,000 in funding set aside in this year’s budget, San Francisco’s innovative drink tap stations are set to expand across the City, as every public school and more parks and open spaces are poised to…

Southeast Community Facility Empowers Bayview Youth Through Annual Futures Fair

On August 1, the Southeast Community Facility (SECF) Commission and Supervisor Shamann Walton hosted the second annual Futures Fair, a gathering that introduces local youth to a wide range of career exposure opportunities within the public and private sectors of San Francisco. The daylong event featured a networking session, interactive informational workshops and a facilitated…

San Francisco’s Largest Onsite Water Reuse Project Goes Full Steam Ahead

Drained water from a popular transit hub can now be used as a resource. The SFPUC, Clearway Energy, Inc.’s Energy Center San Francisco (ECSF) and State Senator Scott Wiener celebrated the launch of the City’s largest onsite water reuse project. The initiative will divert foundation drainage at the Powell Street BART station and redirect it…