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S.F. seeks SmartMeter delay  City Attorney Herrera asked California regulators to halt the deployment of PG&E controversial meters until an investigation of their accuracy is complete SF to install 25K solar panels
City public power plan hits snag

year 2010 Top ^

  The Public Utilities Commission was negotiating a contract with Power Choice LLC. The commission will recommend seeking new bids

year 2009 Top ^

  A new ordinance signed by Gavin Newsom clears the way for the construction of 25,000 solar panels atop the city's largest water reservoir

  Hazardous chemicals in bay sediment near SF single remaining large power plant threaten the health of people and marine life

year 2008 Top ^

May.16 Firm picked to install SF solar power system
  The Utilities Commission selected Recurrent Energy to install 30,000 solar panels on the roof of the Sunset Reservoir Mar.25 Supe Looks To Curb Business Energy Use
  SF Downtown: Aaron Peskin announced legislation to conserve energy by requiring downtown buildings to turn out the lights when workers hit the doors

year 2007 Top ^

Dec.11 City Develop Ambitious Solar Energy Plan
  The program would offer companies and residents government-funded loans and rebates to offset the costs of installing solar panels Jun.19 Supes Approve Renewable Energy Plan  The San Francisco Board of Supervisors passed an ordinance paving the way to renewable municipal power in the city

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.11 Public power measures defeated
  After 5 days of waiting, measure F lost by 533 votes, measure I lost by 4,361 votes
Nov.10 Public power backers do not concede
  3,600 ballots remained to be counted. Proposition F trailed by 1,114 votes Mar.8 Solar program  City push for a measure on the ballot asking voters to approve $120 million for solar panels

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