(ClearChannel cleaned up all this glass. which I hadn’t noticed, the next day, but this bus stop gets attacked often, oh well.)
IDK, SFPUC – if everybody’s a superhero then nobody’s a superhero, right?
Lemme just say I don’t understand/am confused by the following on this page:
“Community over Profits” [A Capital “P,” right, Comrades?]
“Because CleanPowerSF is not-for-profit…” [Our SFPUC is a not-for-profit?]
“Your choice will localize energy, create jobs and stabilize energy prices.” [Doesn’t PG&E “create” jobs too? “Stabilize?”]
“Small Premium, Big Impact” [Or Big Premium, Small Impact? Just saying.]
“SuperGreen pay the applicable Green rate plus an additional $0.02/kWh.” [SuperGreen – who dat?]
“That’s a small investment with big returns for the environment and the local community.” [Or extremely small returns?]
“Upgrade your service to SuperGreen…” [But it’s the same service though, right? It’s the same juice from PG&E, right?]
And what’s up with the rates for regular PG&E v. Non-SuperGreen?
So, best case scenario is that, after a monthly PG&E fee you gotta pay to NOT have PG&E, a “typical” bill will be $66.40, as opposed to … $66.40?
Note that I rounded the numbers there, to the nearest nickel. Speaking of which, why not round PG&E’s percentage up to 30%, you know, why not?
Hey SFPUC, your desks inside the windmill building in Civic Center cost $20 grand each? Hey, is that “sustainable?” Oh, yes, and no? Hey, how about financially?
So many questions about the CleanPowerSF…