Faced with two natural gas plants reaching the end of their lifespan, CPS Energy is prepared to begin buying power from an existing Texas natural gas plant.
SPONSORED: This year’s CPS Energy GrillsGiving, which benefits the Residential Energy Assistance Partnership (REAP) fund, is Sunday, Nov. 23.
With CPS Energy set to exceed efficiency goals set in place a decade ago, utility officials are now considering how best to continue encouraging customers to use less energy.
The San Antonio City Council on Thursday passed a pledge for the city to do its part to stop the effects of global warming.
Commentary: The entire industry is in a state of transition that includes more renewable and non-emitting sources of energy, but is currently unclear when renewable energy can be relied upon for all our electricity needs.
Commentary: Why would our publicly owned energy utility observe, direct, and influence an incredibly important climate plan only to torpedo its efforts behind closed doors?
When it comes to clean power, CPS Energy outranks nearly every major private-sector utility in Texas, though its initiatives fell short of other city-owned utilities in a recent report.
Sales of power derived from natural gas and coal are funding expansions of the City’s services, officials said.
The public debate over what to do about climate change is more active in San Antonio than ever.
Fast-moving thunderstorms that brought wind gusts of at least 50 miles per hour toppled scaffolding on a downtown building and left thousands without power late Thursday and early Friday.