San Franciscans found yet another reason to protest PG&E.Yesterday, on the anniversary of the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, OccupySF Environmental Justice Working Group, No Nukes Action and Greenaction for Health as well as Environmental Justice gathered in front of the Japanese Consulate ... More >>
Program's implosion leaves San Francisco with millions to spend and nothing to buy.That was fast...As City Hall struggles to close a $483 million budget gap, bureaucrats a block away at the San Francisco Department of the Environment are faced with the opposite quandary: They must figure out how ... More >>
The plan to build a massive new power plant in San Francisco -- once thought inevitable -- hits a few snags
And then there's developer Michael Strausz
Charged Atmosphere; Worst Deal of the Week
Power Point;The Chronicle Chronicles;Outlawing Landlords and Other Amusements
Two major S.F. energy projects are in the works. Do we need both? The question isn't really being discussed.
Upcoming ballot proposals on public power could complicate the fight over the Potrero Hill plant.
If Gov. Davis has his way, California soon will have dozens of new power plants -- a lot of them in the wrong places, some of them unnecessary, and very, very few of them based on renewable energy
How the state's contracts with crucial electric power providers actually encourage them to gouge us
Is it smart to jump into the Bay Guardian's version of public power, without even studying whether it will save money?
Greedy out-of-state profiteers make easy targets, but the real villains of California's energy debacle are the ones under the state capitol dome.
The wind-power entrepreneurs at Kenetech have spent millionsin vain tosolve this avian mystery: Why have hundredsof raptors, including golden eagles, died alongside the windmills of Altamont Pass?