Commission approves $900K for public power outreach 

As the Public Utilities Commission moves forward with its proposal to establish the CleanPowerSF Program, it will also spend $900,000 to educate residents about the program.

City officials have been concerned that Pacific Gas and Electric will attempt to counter The City’s efforts

The Civil Service Commission approved the contract on Monday. The money will pay for providing “advertising, communication, education, outreach and marketing services for the CleanPowerSF Program, which will soon make the City the default energy provider for residents and businesses in the city.

The Marketing Program will inform residents and businesses that the City is their energy provider and it will persuade residents and businesses not to opt out from the initiative.”

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