The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission is committed to reducing dirty carbon emissions and promoting equitable access to clean energy in San Francisco. A new program from CleanPowerSF, one of the agency’s clean electricity services, aims to do just that.
CleanPowerSF is now accepting applications for SuperGreen Saver. This program will provide 100% renewable electricity and a 20% monthly discount for residential customers living on low incomes who reside in State-defined “disadvantaged communities.” Disadvantaged communities are areas disproportionately burdened by multiple sources of pollution. The intent of the program, which was developed by the California Public Utilities Commission, is to increase adoption of renewable energy within these communities and particularly among customers not able to install solar on their roofs.
SuperGreen Saver is expected to serve 1,200 customers in San Francisco. Approximately 150 qualifying CleanPowerSF customers who are currently enrolled in the Arrearage Management Plan Program will be automatically enrolled into SuperGreen Saver over the next couple of months (but can decline participation if they choose). CleanPowerSF will also conduct proactive outreach to customers who may be eligible over the next year.
SuperGreen Saver ultimately aims to deliver the benefits of clean energy to communities most impacted by air pollution, while also helping the City make further progress in reaching San Francisco Mayor Breed’s ambitious climate goals.
See if you qualify for the program at CleanPowerSF.org/SuperGreenSaver.