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San Francisco announces net zero transport transition plan

The US city of San Francisco has released its “Electric Vehicle Roadmap” policy document, which will help steer the city on a transition to fossil fuel-free transport by 2040.

City of San Francisco considers buying PG&E distribution network

San Francisco has placed a financial adviser on retainer to help the city's management explore the possible purchase of Pacific Gas and Electric Co.’s local power lines, a sign that affirms the city's intentions to move toward a full-fledged municipal utility.

San Francisco commercial buildings to go green by 2022

San Francisco mayor London Breed has announced a plan to ensure that all commercial buildings in the city larger than 50,000 square feet are powered by renewable energy by 2030.

Emission bills signed on San Francisco’s first plug-in hybrid electric ferry

During the maiden voyage of the San Francisco Bay Area’s first plug-in hybrid electric ferry, Governor Brown signed bills to reduce carbon emissions.

San Francisco passes mandate for rooftop solar in new buildings

Under the new law passed, new residential and commercial buildings are required to have rooftop solar, either solar electric or solar water heating, states...

Sigfox enters US market with San Francisco IoT deployment

Global cellular network provider Sigfox announced that it will be partnering with the City of San Francisco to deploy a dedicated Internet of Things network,...

Smart street lighting and urban management project to be piloted in San Francisco by Paradox Engineering

[img:SanF_0.jpg| ]Novazzano, Switzerland --- (METERING.COM) --- May 4, 2012 - Paradox Engineering is to launch a pilot project with its PE.AMI Lighting Management solution in the city of San Francisco.

The city is seeking to use street light poles to develop an integrated, expandable, wireless infrastructure for city monitoring and urban services control. About 22,000 street light poles currently exist in the city and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (PUC) has already planned the upgrade of about 18,000 LED street lights, which can be leveraged as an opportunity to implement a remote monitoring solution.

PG&E to host sponsor Smart Energy International 2011 in San Francisco

[img:Kevin_D.thumbnail.jpg|Kevin Dasso,
Senior Director
of Smart Grid,
PG&E
]San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- September 22, 2011 - Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), California’s largest energy utility, has agreed to be host sponsor of the 2011 Smart Energy International Conference and Exposition, organizer Spintelligent has announced.

Drive a Tesla Roadster at Smart Energy International in San Francisco!

[img:Tesla_0.jpg| ]At Smart Energy International, October 24-26, 2011, when you see a few of the VIPs zipping up and down the hills of San Francisco in their event-sponsored Tesla Roadsters, don’t feel too bad – you too can feel like a VIP and drive!

Getaround, a peer-to-peer car sharing service, will provide Tesla Roadsters at the event for instant rental by attendees. Rent by the hour, day, or week. Full liability, collision, comprehensive insurance is included and signup is free! Or, you can reserve your Tesla Roadster right now at www.getaround.com.

San Francisco PUC chooses AMI system

[img:Edward_H%282%29_0.jpg|Ed Harrington,
General Manager,
SFPUC
]San Francisco, CA and Cleveland, OH, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- November 26, 2009 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) will begin citywide installation of the Aclara STAR® Network system in early 2010, the company has announced.

The SFPUC, with 170,000 retail customer accounts, will be the first major California water utility to install advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) technology to track water consumption.

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission Enables Billing Services for 172,000 Water and Wastewater Customers

Redwood Shores, CA – August 6, 2009   - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), a department of the City and County of San Francisco that provides water, wastewater and municipal power services to San Francisco, has implemented Oracle® Utilities Customer Care and Billing to replace a legacy customer information system (CIS) and assist in its initiative to improve customer service, expand customer choice and streamline revenue management functions.

San Francisco Public Utilities Commission implements billing and customer care solution

[img:Todd.thumbnail.jpg|Todd Rydstrom,
Assistant General
Manager and CFO,
SFPUC
]San Francisco, CA, U.S.A. --- (METERING.COM) --- August 12, 2009 - The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), a department of the City and County of San Francisco that provides water, wastewater and municipal power services to San Francisco, has implemented Oracle® Utilities Customer Care and Billing solution.

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