Much of the mainstream media coverage of CPS Energy and its President and CEO Doyle Beneby focused on his latest compensation package and its performance-based structure that allowed him to earn a base salary of $500,000 and about 50% more in bonuses.
CPS Energy recently hosted a tour of Alamo 3, the latest of seven commercial solar farms the public utility has built around Texas to live up to its goal to install 400 megawatts (MW) of solar power to CPS Energy customers by 2016.
Though Mission Solar Energy has been producing solar panels for much of the summer, local and international partner representatives came together under the United States, Texas and South Korea flags at a grand opening ceremony at the solar panel manufacturing plant at Brooks City Base.
Brad Miles has been a busy vice president since moving to San Antonio in July 2013.
This article has been republished with permission from CPS Energy’s blog, Energized.