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.
Aside from showcasing the latest in sustainable technologies and renewable energies, the EPIcenter will accommodate startup businesses and nonprofit groups.
EPIcenter will host IoT: A Connected World, the first summit on the Internet of Things (IoT) to be presented in San Antonio.
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.
EPIcenter, the former CPS Energy power plant on the Mission Reach of the San Antonio River now slated to become a center for energy education and innovation, will be constructed by San Antonio-based Joeris General Contractors, officials announced Friday.
Redevelopment plans for the former Lone Star Brewery, located on the near-Southside and west of the San Antonio River, include a movie theater, more than 100,000 sq.
EPIcenter, a newly-formed nonprofit that aims to transform a 106-year-old CPS Energy power plant on the Mission Reach into a hub for clean energy technology and ideas, has acquired its first CEO, Kimberly Britton.
Plans to develop a former CPS Energy power plant into an “epicenter” of energy education and technological innovation were officially unveiled Wednesday morning.
The idea had brewed in his mind for several years, but only recently has CPS Energy CEO Doyle Beneby’s vision to create a place for energy education and innovation development come close to a reality.