SF aims for fully electric bus fleet by 2035

“While advocates say that transition can’t come soon enough, city officials said it could cost San Francisco hundreds of millions of dollars. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority is moving toward transitioning the more than 800 buses in its fleet to run on battery-powered energy that simply plugs in and charges, “similar to a Prius,”…

San Francisco Bay Area’s largest public-private solar project now complete at 10.5 MW

“MCE Solar One supported 341 jobs and maximized local economic benefits through the City of Richmond’s 50% local workforce hiring requirement, in which Richmond-based contractors, suppliers and union labor were employed. MCE partnered with RichmondBUILD, which has successfully graduated hundreds of students and placed an impressive 80% of its graduates into well-paying jobs, to train…

SFPUC gearing up to bring cleaner energy to 100,000+ SF customers this summer

“The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) is gearing up to provide cleaner energy to more than 100,000 San Francisco residents and businesses this summer. It’s all part of the next large-scale customer enrollment for the City’s popular Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program called CleanPowerSF. SFPUC Commissioners voted today to give the City utility the authority to…
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