What’s the easiest way you can reduce your carbon footprint? Sit back and relax
In May, 2016, PG&E will begin automatically delivering CleanPowerSF’s Green product -- cleaner energy at competitive rates -- to San Francisco energy customers. Your electric rates won’t increase when you become a CleanPowerSF Green customer, but your commitment to the environment will. With cleaner energy, you’ll be reducing your carbon footprint and fighting global climate change. Best of all, there’s no need to enroll.
Competitive Price + Same Service, Just Cleaner Energy
Once you are automatically enrolled as a CleanPowerSF Green customer, the only thing that changes is that you’ll receive cleaner energy for no more than you currently pay. PG&E will continue to deliver your electricity, maintain the power grid and respond to outages. PG&E will also continue to send your monthly bill (with CleanPowerSF charges replacing certain PG&E charges). If you receive a low-income discount on your electricity bill, that discount will continue. For precise rate information, please visit our rates page.
How Green is GREEN?
CleanPowerSF’s Green product will initially contain a target of 35% renewable energy that meets California’s strict Renewable Portfolio Standards. Our Green product is cleaner than PG&E’s current energy supply (which is about 27% renewable*). The renewable component of CleanPowerSF Green energy will come from local sources such as solar and wind facilities in California.
The Power of Choice
While CleanPowerSF makes it easy to reduce your carbon footprint through automatic enrollment, the choice is yours. If you don’t want cleaner energy for a competitive price, delivered by your current energy provider, you can opt out at any time.
Change begins with you. Automatic enrollment in CleanPowerSF’s Green product will occur in phases across San Francisco. If you don’t want to wait for CleanPowerSF to get to your part of the City, you can sign-up for early enrollment today!
Ready to Step-Up to 100% Renewable Energy? Check-out CleanPowerSF’s SuperGreen option.
* PG&E Power Content Label as reported to the California Energy Commission for the calendar year ending Dec. 31, 2014.