PG&E recently asked the city if it could bring in a campaign that aims to "green up" San Ramon businesses – and municipal offices.
The utility company is offering to give free evaluations to local businesses and the city to help them pinpoint exactly how to cut back on energy use and save money in the long run.
We wrote about the proposed campaign before. .
Basically, PG&E gets money from the government for public outreach. The company wants to spend some of it helping make San Ramon more energy efficient, it says.
As part of that outreach, PG&E reps would audit energy use at city facilities and submit a report about it to give city leaders a clearer understanding of
City Council on Tuesday will hear a presentation about the campaign and decide whether to give it the go-ahead.
For more info, check out the attached three-page PDF. If you plan to go to the meeting, here's what you need to know:
WHAT: City Council meeting
WHEN: 7 p.m. Tuesday
WHERE: City Hall, 2222 Camino Ramon
INFO: Call the City Clerk's office at 925-973-2539