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 vast majority of existing businesses would see no changes, though some may be required to report additional information to the TCEQ.
Members of the Devils River Conservancy have launched a campaign called “Don’t Blow It,” to advocate against wind development along the Devils and Pecos rivers.
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.
Electricity demand on the Texas grid broke two all-time records on Wednesday and could set a new record this afternoon, according to the state’s grid operator.
CPS Energy President and CEO Paula Gold-Williams will receive a 6 percent pay increase starting this month.
Nearly all of the work in the City’s climate action plan originally assigned to UTSA has been passed to Navigant Consulting.
When SA’s small-business owners conceived their dreams, they likely didn’t think about the energy needed to power them. Fortunately, they didn’t have to.