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SuperGreen shield logoBecome a Clean Energy Super Hero with SuperGreen
San Francisco energy customers will automatically begin receiving CleanPowerSF GREEN energy – cleaner energy below current PG&E rates – delivered by PG&E in 2016. GREEN is the easiest way to reduce carbon emissions at no additional cost and a good first step toward sustainable living.

For customers who wish to do more, CleanPowerSF will offer SuperGreen – 100% California-certified renewable energy – for a slight premium over current PG&E rates. PG&E will continue to deliver you this SuperGreen, 100% renewable energy, maintain the power system and send you your monthly bill. Participation in SuperGreen is completely voluntary – to upgrade to SuperGreen, customers must enroll online or call (415) 554-0773. Customers selecting SuperGreen will pay the applicable Green rate plus an additional $0.02/kWh.


Community over Profits – Building a Sustainable San Francisco
SuperGreen, CleanPowerSF’s 100% renewable energy option, is about much more than just receiving the cleanest energy available in California. SuperGreen customers will be champions for the San Francisco community. You’ll reduce greenhouse gases, fight global climate change, and invest in local, renewable energy infrastructure that will create local jobs and stabilize energy prices over time.

Because CleanPowerSF is not-for-profit, SuperGreen ratepayer funds will be reinvested locally in energy efficiency programs and new renewable energy facilities. Your choice will localize energy, create jobs and stabilize energy prices.

Small Premium, Big Impact
Customers selecting SuperGreen will pay the applicable Green rate plus an additional $0.02/kWh.

That’s a small investment with big returns for the environment and the local community. For precise rate information, please visit our rates page.


Become a SuperGreen Hero today!
Upgrade your service to SuperGreen, reduce your carbon footprint and localize San Francisco’s energy supply.
Last updated: 2/24/2016 2:47:46 PM