On September 6, the City and County of San Francisco submitted an offer letter for purchase of Pacific Gas and Electric Company's electricity assets in San Francisco.
SFPUC General Manager Harlan L. Kelly Jr. on City’s Offer Letter to Pacific Gas and Electric Company
“San Francisco has been in the community-owned power business for over 100 years, and we’re delivering cleaner, more affordable electricity to customers more than ever before. The City’s proposal delivers safe, reliable and clean power to new and existing customers at or below PG&E’s rates and without relying on the City’s general fund.”
SFPUC Commission President Ann Moller Caen on City’s Offer Letter to Pacific Gas and Electric Company
“The timing is right for San Francisco to pursue the purchase of PG&E electricity infrastructure. This action will help us achieve energy independence, increase local oversight over power decisions and accelerate our City’s ambitious climate action goals. The SFPUC Commission stands by Mayor London Breed, City Attorney Dennis Herrera and the Board of Supervisors in support of this critical action.”