Faced with two natural gas plants reaching the end of their lifespan, CPS Energy is prepared to begin buying power from an existing Texas natural gas plant.
The San Antonio City Council on Thursday passed a pledge for the city to do its part to stop the effects of global warming.
Commentary: The entire industry is in a state of transition that includes more renewable and non-emitting sources of energy, but is currently unclear when renewable energy can be relied upon for all our electricity needs.
Changes to the City’s climate plan were enough to win support of the utility’s board, which voted to approve a resolution in support on Monday.
CPS Energy leaders frequently travel around the nation, sometimes the world. SAWS leaders tend to spend most of their time in San Antonio, records show.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg called the CPS Energy and SAWS chiefs “exemplary leaders” but added that San Antonio needs to “take the political theater out of executive compensation.”
Southwest Research Institute President and CEO Adam Hamilton will lead the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce board on an interim basis.
Paula Gold-Williams, president and CEO of the municipally owned gas utility, released a statement Tuesday announcing she will no longer serve as the 2019 chair of San Antonio’s most prominent business organization.
Commentary: To make San Antonio more competitive to new companies we must show we have an educated workforce.
Commentary: Will CPS Energy shut its coal-fired plant and invest in renewables? If history is any guide, not without community resistance and help from our elected leaders.