CPS Energy has adjusted its solar energy rebate program, a change that some solar installers say will hurt their business.
Area businesses learned this week the project, which began more than a year ago, has run into delays and is not expected to be completed until May 2019.
CPS Energy had a bumper year for selling electricity onto the Texas power grid and is now using that revenue to pay down some of its debts, according to utility officials.
The plan's goal is to develop recommendations for adequate lighting and reduce glare and maintain safety for pedestrians and motorists in the city center.
Tuesday was the first time the trustees overseeing CPS Energy and San Antonio Water System have met as a group since 2011.
A plan to bring highly radioactive waste to West Texas has restarted, and anti-nuclear activists are back at work trying to get it killed for good.
The utility’s board of trustees on Monday voted to declare its current downtown campus and a service center on San Pedro Avenue as surplus properties.
The utility announced it has extended its deadline from to on Oct. 12, nearly one month after its initial deadline of Sept. 14.
Rather than individual solar panel owners, the Colorado company that built San Antonio's first community solar farm will be hit with property tax forms.
Driven by triple-digit temperatures, CPS Energy’s load reached 5,080 megawatts on Monday, beating a record of 5,017 megawatts set on Aug. 12, 2016.