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City Visions: March 10, 2014
Clean power gains momentum...but not in San Francisco
What's it like to have an alternative to PG&E? Host David Onek and guests explore why more and more cities and counties in our region are choosing greener electricity for their residents, and why San Francisco remains, at least for now, a one-utility town.
Producer: Susie Britton
-Dawn Weisz, Executive Officer of Marin Clean Energy, a public agency and renewable electricity provider.
-Steve Weissman, Director of the Energy Program, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment at Berkeley Law and former administrative law judge for the California Public Utilities Commission.
-David Baker, reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, where he has covered energy and clean tech since 2004.
-Tom Butt, Councilmember, City of Richmond.
-David Campos, Supervisor representing San Francisco's District 9 and supporter of Clean Power SF.
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