SuperGreen spotlight

Meet some of our 100% renewable businesses

CleanPowerSF is proud of our SuperGreen community of businesses and residents that has elected to go above and beyond to fight climate change and help San Francisco reach its climate goals. Thank you!

Meet some of the businesses that run on 100% clean electricity below—a few are offering special discounts for SuperGreen residential customers—and don’t forget to visit our CleanPowerSF events page, too.

If you’re not yet a SuperGreen customer and would like to join us, please get in touch!

Able Services

868 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA 94107


Able Services provides solutions for facility operations. Since 1926, they have delivered janitorial, operations and maintenance for commercial property owners and managers. Their GreenAble brand of sustainable building maintenance services is supplied to over one billion sq. ft. of real estate spanning 43 states.




57 Hotaling Pl, San Francisco, CA 94111

Allbirds is dedicated to making better things in a better way, using premium natural materials to create sustainable footwear.


Amour vert


Marina: 2110 Chestnut St., San Francisco, CA 94123
Hayes Valley: 437 Hayes St., San Francisco, CA 94102

Amour Vert is a San Francisco-based sustainable fashion company that creates beautiful clothing with versatility in mind. Amour Vert pioneers entirely new fabrics that don't pollute, and their local supply chain and distribution channels have the lowest possible environmental impact. 


The Butterfly Joint


4411 Cabrillo St., San Francisco, CA 94121

Lead by Danny Montoya, a credentialed early-childhood educator with more than a decade of experience in the classroom, The Butterfly Joint offers classes and camps that instill the importance of focus, problem-solving, resilience, determination and responsibility through the timeless art of woodworking. Along with woodworking skills, The Butterfly Joint focuses on teaching children manners and personal responsibility as well as helping parents reinforce productive social and emotional behaviors for their children.

SuperGreen residential customers: Receive 10% off when you sign up for any Butterfly Joint camp or class! Email a picture of your electricity bill (where it mentions SuperGreen under the CleanPowerSF Generation Charges). You’ll receive a discount code to complete your purchase online.


Heath Ceramics


Showroom: 2900 18th Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
Ferry Building: One Ferry Building, Suite 12, San Francisco, CA 94111

Founded in 1948, Heath Ceramics is a handcrafted ceramic tableware and architectural tile manufacturer and purveyor.


Last Minute Gear


3156 24th St, San Francisco, CA 94110

Last Minute Gear is the only outdoor gear shop that lets you buy, rent, or borrow gear for camping, backpacking, snowsports, and climbing.

SuperGreen residential customers: Get 15% off when you buy new items at the store (just bring a copy of your bill).


Les Kidz


75 Coventry Court, San Francisco, CA 94127

Founded in 2015, Les Kidz is a French American preschool that offers a quality French language immersion education for children ages 1-5.


Integral yoga institute of san francisco


770 Dolores St., San Francisco, CA 94110

Integral Yoga, as taught by Sri Swami Satchidananda, offers a synthesis of six branches of classical Yoga: Hatha, Raja, Japa, Karma, Bhakti, and Jnana Yoga. The Integral Yoga Institute offers daily classes in meditation and yoga for all ages and abilities, from kids yoga to advanced, as well as restorative and therapeutic yogas.

SuperGreen residential customers: Show your electricity bill at Integral Yoga Institute and get a free drop-in class! This offer is valid for the first 100 customers only.


The New Wheel

420 Cortland Ave, San Francisco, CA 94110

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The New Wheel is an electric bike shop whose mission is to not only change how we get around, but to bring good things and fresh ideas into the lives of people in our community and California as a whole. They are committed to their customers through careful selection of technology, top-notch service and an unwavering optimism for the future of transportation and electric bikes in the Bay Area.

SuperGreen residential customers: Receive the first year of a service membership for free when you purchase an electric bike at the Bernal Heights location on Cortland Ave. Remember to bring in your electricity bill for proof during your visit.


Pacific tradewinds hostel

680 Sacramento Street, San Francisco, California, 94111

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Pacific Tradewinds Hostel, located in the Financial District, strives to create a safe and comfortable community for bona-fide travelers from around the world. They continually work to make travel affordable for people regardless of their socioeconomic status. They show travelers that co-housing and living in community can actually be more fun and more ecologically sustainable than living alone.


Pinhole Coffee

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231 Cortland Ave, San Francisco, CA 94110

Pinhole Coffee stimulates senses with coffee, art and community in San Francisco's Bernal Heights neighborhood.

Watch our CleanPowerSF video which features Pinhole Coffee!


Rainbow grocery

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1745 Folsom St, San Francisco, CA 94103

Rainbow Grocery is a worker-owned cooperative serving San Francisco and the Bay Area since 1975. The store features a range of organic vegetarian grocery items, bulk goods and supplements.


True Laurel

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753 Alabama St., San Francisco, CA 94110

True Laurel is a cocktail bar and restaurant that serves a la carte food and drinks in the Mission neighborhood.


Veritable Vegetable

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Veritable Vegetable is the oldest organic produce distribution company in the country and has been an industry leader in the organic trade for over 45 years.  Women owned and led, the company has helped impact policy change, create inroads and markets for small and mid-sized organic growers, and increase the amount of organic food available in San Francisco and throughout California, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Hawaii. Their environmental efforts have been widely recognized, and include diverting 99% of waste from landfill, running a near-zero emission fleet of trucks, and offsetting energy usage with a 560 panel solar-array.

Disclaimer Policy

In providing information about certain San Francisco businesses that are on SuperGreen service, CleanPowerSF does not intend to create any association, affiliation, joint venture, or partnership with the businesses and/or their programs for SuperGreen residential customers. Rather, the sole and limited purpose is to provide information for CleanPowerSF customers. CleanPowerSF does not control or endorse the programs or their providers or associated organizations or persons, and does not warrant the accuracy or reliability of information provided about the programs by their provider or associated organizations or persons.