Sustainable power should mean sustainable jobs.
We all want more clean power. But that’s not enough. All electricity providers – the big private utilities like PG&E, existing public utilities and the new local government power purchasing agencies – need to support sustainable energy and family-friendly jobs. There is a clear pathway to transition to renewable power while supporting the local community.
In a few months San Franciscans will be automatically enrolled in a new power system. Although it’s called CleanPowerSF, if we do not pass Prop. H we can’t ensure the power we get through this new program will be truly clean and green.
A “YES” vote on Prop. H will help guarantee we are getting actual clean and green energy – and green jobs – from San Francisco’s new power system.
YES on Prop. H!
NEWS & UPDATES
According to the experts, Renewable Electricity Certificates (RECs) are not clean energy and should not be represented as such. They are an accounting gimmick that allow energy providers to “greenwash” dirty power and sell it as green. San Franciscans deserve transparency in marketing and real green power, not phony pieces of paper. Read more
The Sierra Club Bay Chapter included false and misleading information in a recent press release about the Truth In Energy Advertising Act. Truth in Energy is a simple, straightforward measure that would guarantee that San Franciscans know how much of the power they receive is actually green. Read more
17,623 San Franciscans signed petitions to put the measure on the ballot this November. Read more