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San Francisco’s Energy Destiny

From a changing climate to the PG&E bankruptcy, San Francisco is facing a new energy landscape and the city’s elected leaders are considering a shift to public power to stabilize costs, ensure reliability, increase local oversight and expand the city’s use of renewable energy. But can this approach work? What have other cities learned about public power and when should San Francisco take the next step?

+ Supervisor Aaron Peskin / San Francisco Board of Supervisors
+ Barry Moline / California Municipal Utility Association
+ Barbara Hale / San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
+ Hunter Stern / IBEW Local 1245
+ Kevin Stark / KQED

This event was originally scheduled for September 18.

Tuesday, 11/12/19

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SF Planning + Urban Research Assoc. (SPUR)

654 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94105


Phone: (415) 781-8726
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