In 2004, the SFPUC and the Department of the Environment published the Climate Action Plan for San Francisco. The Climate Action Plan outlines citywide actions to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the energy, transportation and solid waste sectors. We have long been leading efforts to reduce San Francisco’s impacts on the climate through our clean energy programs.
In 2008, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors established citywide GHG reduction limits through Ordinance 0081-08, and required each City department to begin annually reporting on its own GHG emissions and climate protection initiatives. Since 2008, the SFPUC has made an annual Departmental Climate Action Report available to the public.
In its annual report, the SFPUC details our emissions as a consumer of energy and transportation fuels, and our actions as a provider of GHG-free electricity and clean energy services to our customers.
See the SFPUC’s most recent Departmental Climate Action Report.