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.
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.
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.
In a statement released Friday morning, CPS Energy outlined a preliminary plan to introduce a pilot rooftop leasing and community solar plan to future solar customers in San Antonio – possibly at no cost to the customer.
This article has been republished with permission from CPS Energy's blog, Energized.
When the U.S. secretary of energy comes to town with only a few days notice to local institutions and media, it's kind of a big deal.