Gallery: San Francisco to Offer $150 Million in Loans for Green Retrofi...


Are you a San Francisco resident looking to add a solar hot water heater, photovoltaic panels, or other renewable energy measure to your home? Soon the city might help you pay for it through the new GreenFinanceSF program, which is offering $150 million in lending for water conservation, renewable energy, and energy efficiency projects for both homes and businesses. Mayor Newsom first announced the program in December and just signed the final legislation this week.

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  1. mikachu February 12, 2010 at 2:59 pm

    i’d like to know how much energy is expected to be generated by this project? or what percent of annual energy needs?

  2. classy February 10, 2010 at 9:21 pm

    how far would we be as a society if all the states were this progressive? instead we have so many dam red states that are as backward as muslims.. messing up the country more and more it seems

  3. Baosol February 10, 2010 at 5:33 pm

    Solar is SF? hummmm…..

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