But it can find power to keep the lights on?" (A bit of reality here: urban bus systems are tough to run because they lose money. Public power systems make money. The lights stay on in Sacramento, Palo Alto, Los Angeles, Alameda, Santa Clara, and a lot of other cities and the people who live there pay less, get more reliable service, and are more likely to see reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.)
Six votes are needed to put the Clean Energy Act on the ballot. Any supervisor who doesn't support it will forever be known as someone who puts the interests of PG&E ahead of the needs of San Francisco, the nation, and the planet.