SF Energy Watch Achievements

Milestones of Success

The City and County of San Francisco's Department of Environment has joined with Pacific Gas and Electric Company to deliver energy-efficiency services and incentives to qualifying commercial customers and multifamily building owners. 
 
Since 2006, SF Energy Watch has saved 7,000 San Francisco commercial and multifamily properties an average of $4,250 in annual utility bills. The program has paid over $23 million dollars in incentives for energy efficiency upgrades.
 
SF Energy Watch has been successful not only in delivering energy savings, but also by continuing to create or sustain Bay Area green collar jobs. Through the actions taken by customers following their energy assessment, this program has also reduced the City’s carbon emissions by nearly 61,500 metric tons.
 
An equivalent of taking more than 9,800 automobiles off the road or powering almost 30,000 San Francisco residences for a year! 
 
Note:
Results from 2006 to December 2015.