Happy Holidays from the SFPUC

The SFPUC wishes its readers a happy holiday season. Click through the gallery below to enjoy the agency’s holiday light installations throughout San Francisco. The installation is not only festive but environmentally friendly as well. The Hetch Hetchy Regional Power System, which provides 100 percent greenhouse gas-free energy to public facilities, such as City Hall,…

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…

Over 40 Affordable Housing Sites Will be Powered with 100 Percent Renewable Energy

The SFPUC announced that the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) will upgrade to the City’s 100 percent renewable energy service at all 43 of its affordable housing sites in San Francisco, providing clean power to more than 5,000 local residents. The TNDC is a nonprofit organization that provides affordable housing and services for people with…

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…

Solar Installation Lifts Off at the San Francisco Opera House

Construction has started on the SFPUC’s latest rooftop solar installation at the Opera House in Civic Center. The rooftop solar system, which joins other installations around the city, will produce between 138,00 and 145,000 kilowatt hours of energy per year, which would be enough electricity to power about 20 homes for a year. The SFPUC…

CleanPowerSF Accomplishes a Year of Milestones

CleanPowerSF has been growing – rapidly. With the final large enrollment completed, most of San Francisco’s residential customers joined CleanPowerSF and more than quadrupled the SFPUC’s customer base. More customers also means more energy procured and supplied, more mailers sent, and more revenue earned that the SFPUC can reinvest back into the community.   A…