Vast disparities in pay between CPS Energy officials and those at the San Antonio Water System mirror a pay gap between power and water utilities across the country.
Experts in energy, utilities, manufacturing electric vehicles, and public policy that convened at the Pearl Stable on Wednesday for a summit.
Asked whether he believes that the Earth’s climate is warming rapidly as a result of human activity, CPS Energy trustee Ed Kelley said he’s “read a lot of reports on both sides of it.”
CPS Energy President and CEO Paula Gold-Williams, who chairs the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, said she will stay out of the chamber’s climate plan vote.
Deely’s demise means the elimination of one of San Antonio’s largest single sources of global warming greenhouse gas emissions, as well as a major source of ozone-forming emissions.