Opposition Grows to San Francisco’s Green Energy Plans
Electricity rates for about 90,000 San Francisco ratepayers could almost double if the San Francisco Board of Supervisors goes forward with a deal for Shell Oil to provide 100 percent renewable energy for the city, according to NBC Bay Area.
The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) has strongly criticized the scheme and even launched an online campaign, Stop the Shell Shock, where ratepayers can enter their kilowatt hours to calculate how much more they’ll have to pay.
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