New details emerged Monday about CPS Energy’s plans for the one-story 6,800-square-foot building and EPIcenter’s ambitious fundraising campaign.
CPS Energy announced Monday that it may move its innovation teams into a building adjacent to the proposed $74.5 million EPIcenter on the Mission Reach.
Some say the potential for business in a Texas-Mexico economic region is limitless – and could be a big win for energy consumers as well.
Over the past few weeks, there has been some great news coming out of Mexico’s energy sector.
NuStar Energy of San Antonio has entered into an agreement to acquire Navigator Energy Services for $1.5 billion.
The panels are expected to generate approximately 260 kilowatt hours of electricity and save Toyota $12,000 in energy savings per year.
The CPS Energy board of trustees voted Monday to put up for sale its riverfront property at 200 Gugert Ave., located just south of the former Lone Star Brewery in the up-and-coming Mission Reach area south of downtown.
EPIcenter representatives joined other project officials on a media tour of the former 80,000 sq. ft., 109-year-old historic power plant Wednesday.
In the coming months, the greater public will have an opportunity to give feedback on plans for EPIcenter, an energy education and innovation hub.
CPS Energy will shift an additional $15 million to its solar rebate program this year after the $30 million boost the program received in late 2015 was used up by customers far sooner than expected, according to utility officials.