Combined, the projects will generate enough renewable energy to power over 130,000 average San Franciscan households.
Mayor Mark Farrell introduced legislation requiring the City’s largest departments to proactively develop more aggressive water conservation plans
Businesses in San Francisco will start receiving cleaner, greener electricity this summer as part of the next large-scale enrollment of the City’s popular community choice energy program.
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is warning customers to be aware of a recent telephone scam involving water bills.
The series features 12 local story tellers sharing their experiences of San Francisco’s eight watersheds and their unique history.
Mayor Mark Farrell signed a resolution recognizing a historic milestone in the City’s ongoing efforts to provide cleaner, greener electricity to San Francisco residents and businesses.
The SFPUC will celebrate Earth Day by joining the Earth Day Festival on Saturday, April 21 at Civic Center Plaza from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The Board’s decision marks an important milestone needed to move forward with the construction, which is anticipated to start at the end of this year.
The move makes Digital Realty one of the SFPUC’s largest clean energy customers within the city limits of San Francisco.
The comprehensive flood resilience strategy streamlines emergency response protocols and provide residents and businesses with the resources they need to reduce the risk of flooding during a major rainstorm.
Over the last decade water conservation efforts promoted by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission have resulted in millions of gallons of water saved.
Today the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and tour of the new Sewer Operations division site.