Energy costs more when you have less. It’s a fact long accepted in the same punishing way that people accept forced disconnections from power naturally flows from an inability to keep up with the bills.
San Antonio Bioregion
Bird populations are crashing. City lights are a major culprit. But ‘Bird City Certified’ San Antonio isn’t dimming its downtown—it’s turning on the River Walk’s holiday lights two weeks early.
A review of the legacy of outgoing CPS CEO Paula Gold-Williams reveals how she deftly managed climate action expectations through delay and misdirection. But with critical global deadlines looming, her replacement must make an equitable transition to clean energy their top priority.
For a City struggling to improve public health and reduce climate harms, a growing Loop 1604 comes with serious costs. Greg Harman This week, members of the CPS Energy Board of Trustees voted to pull a search committee together to seek out a replacement for outgoing CPS Energy CEO Paula […]
COVID-19, mass unemployment, as well as a rise of cleaner energy sources all contributed to lower greenhouse gas emissions responsible for overheating the planet and amplifying violent weather around the world. But clearly pandemic is not a climate strategy.
CPS Energy’s massive power plants make it the ‘elephant in the room’ when it comes to climate planning. But climate committee members are resisting putting the utility at the center of discussion.
outstanding debt of residential customers in its payment plan. CPS isn’t following along.
It’s been two months since nearly 300,000 San Antonio residents were cast into freezing darkness during February’s Winter Storm Uri. And while there have been plenty of meetings revealing bits and pieces of the whys and hows of the breakdown, no one seems to be taking the time to ask residents how they feel about what they just went through.