The San Antonio Water System is already thinking and planning 50 years ahead to be ready to manage and maintain an abundant water supply.
Electricity demand on the Texas grid broke two all-time records on Wednesday and could set a new record this afternoon, according to the state’s grid operator.
As renewable energy sources make up more and more of the utility’s power supply, CPS Energy needs to figure out how best to supply electricity when the sun isn’t shining and the wind isn’t blowing.
Most of San Antonio’s global warming emissions are tied to energy use in buildings and vehicles, according to an inventory of greenhouse gas emissions.
The discussion centered on whether CPS Energy’s 25-year plan is an adequate response to global warming caused by burning fossil fuels.
With Texas’ grid operator predicting record electricity demand this summer, San Antonio will do more than its share to put enough power on the grid.
The whole system at the H2Oaks plant is designed to take advantage of three aquifers stacked like a layer cake below the facility.
Drinking water from the North Texas town beat out samples from the San Antonio Water System and others around the state in a blind taste test.
A car loaded with sensitive instruments will help CPS Energy sniff out leaks in its network of natural gas pipes, utility officials announced Monday.
A Boerne project will be developed under some of the City of San Antonio’s most stringent environmental ordinances, even though it is not in Bexar County.