The CPS Energy board on Monday approved a $2.66 billion budget for its current fiscal year, which began in February and will end in January 2019.
CPS Energy officials raised the possibility of rate hikes in the fiscal year that begins February 2019 and ends in January 2020.
At its March board meeting Monday, CPS Energy officials unveiled a $2.66 billion projected budget for the 2019 fiscal year.
A car loaded with sensitive instruments will help CPS Energy sniff out leaks in its network of natural gas pipes, utility officials announced Monday.
The Rivard Report spoke to bond analysts for the three major ratings agencies – Moody’s Investor Service, Fitch Ratings, and Standard and Poor’s – asking how the union’s petition to change the city’s charter could affect the bond ratings.
Under the plan, CPS Energy’s power generation mix would by 2040 include 50 percent wind and solar and 13 percent natural gas.
We must do everything we can to encourage San Antonians to take critical looks at the people responsible for our water, our power, our streets, and our safety.
CPS Energy’s Gold-Williams is alone among San Antonio’s top three public employees for having her performance and the utility’s gauged by a third-party contractor.
Bonuses have proven to be an unwanted annual distraction, a compensation method imported from the private sector that works poorly in the public sector.
CPS Energy officials and advocates gathered to celebrate the company’s 75-year history in the community as a public utility.