CleanPowerSF is San Francisco’s Community Choice Aggregation program administered by the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). CleanPowerSF was created pursuant to state legislation that authorizes local governments to partner with their investor-owned utility (PG&E in San Francisco) to deliver cleaner energy to residents and businesses.
CleanPowerSF began serving customers in May 2016, giving residential and commercial electricity consumers in San Francisco the option to have more of their electricity supplied from clean, renewable sources—such as solar and wind—at competitive rates. When customers join CleanPowerSF’s service, they reduce the carbon footprint associated with their electricity service, support the growth of local renewable energy projects, and combat global climate change.
Customers are automatically enrolled in the Green service, and may elect to opt up to receive the SuperGreen service at any time after enrollment. By law, CleanPowerSF is an opt-out program, meaning eligible customers are automatically enrolled in the program.
The chart below shows the total number of active Green and SuperGreen services per quarter. CleanPowerSF aims to retain 95% of all eligible customers enrolled in the program. Among active customers, CleanPowerSF is also targeting a 5% adoption rate for its SuperGreen product.
ACTIVE ENROLLMENT IN CLEANPOWERSF
CLEANPOWERSF MAP: PERCENT ACTIVE OUT OF TOTAL ELIGIBLE BY ZIP CODE
HOW PERFORMANCE IS MEASURED
The number of eligible and participating service is derived from regular reports provided by PG&E and verified by SFPUC staff.