Commentary: News that the CPS Energy CEO’s annual compensation neared $1 million drew a curious silence. But she wasn’t targeted by the city’s police and fire unions.
The raise comes as CPS Energy officials prepare to make a case for hiking rates in the face of declining revenues from selling power onto the state grid.
Six speakers. Twenty images each. All came from vastly different backgrounds, but by letting an audience into their worlds, they offered a deeper look at themselves and their small parts of San Antonio.
San Antonio speaker series PechaKucha heads to Venue Villita for its 34th volume on Tuesday, June 11.
The City-owned utility is the only local government entity that doesn’t take public comments at its regular meetings and doesn’t stream them live on video.
The station at the edge of Walmart’s parking lot has six 150-kilowatt and two 350-kilowatt chargers, the first fast direct-current chargers in San Antonio.
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts was transformed into a bustling cocktail party to honor former City Manager Sheryl Sculley, who recently retired.
Energy experts and climate action advocates discussed coal and its role as an energy source for San Antonio as policymakers grapple with climate change policies.
Speakers at a hearing on a proposed plan to deal with global warming in San Antonio called for a better accounting of the plan’s financial implications.
The utility’s leadership says it wants to exhaust every possible option before hiking rates, but one board member called the numbers “not acceptable.”