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Six-month weather outlook predicts average bills

Last month, Punxsutawney Phil stuck his head out of his little man cave and saw his shadow, which meant we needed… read more

March 7, 2014 comments

Robotics competition encourages students to pursue STEM fields

More than 3,500 students filled the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center last week for the Alamo-FIRST Regional Robotics Competition as… read more

March 6, 2014 comments

Powering jobs in the New Energy Economy: Meet Amy Kimm

Amy Kimm, 24, is a business development associate for Mission Solar. Kimm, who graduated with a degree in biology and… read more

March 4, 2014 comments

Ed Whitacre stresses embracing risk and change in keynote address to CPS Energy employees

Utility worker Juventino Gonzalez's willingness to take on different jobs within his department in the 13 years he's worked for… read more

February 26, 2014 comments

Free Home Manager can help control energy consumption, reduce bills

San Antonio has endured some really cold weather this winter. We’ve experienced several days of below freezing weather and my… read more

February 21, 2014 comments

Study continues on desalination and power plants for SAWS, CPS Energy

While talks of co-located CPS Energy power and the San Antonio Water System desalination plants in southern Bexar County have… read more

February 20, 2014 comments

Powering jobs in the New Energy Economy: Meet Avanija Vedela

Avanija Vedela, 24, is a module engineer for Mission Solar, formerly Nexolon America. Avanija, who earned her MS in manufacturing… read more

February 18, 2014 comments

Powering jobs in the New Energy Economy: Meet Troy Waddell

Troy Waddell, 44, is a journeyman electrician for KACO new energy. Troy wires up the Integrated Power Stations that convert the DC… read more

February 13, 2014 comments

EPA chief lauds CPS Energy, SAWS for water/energy collaboration

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy joined Mayor Julian Castro and executives from CPS Energy and the San Antonio Water System Wednesday for… read more

February 12, 2014 comments

Inspire U program encourages students to graduate, succeed in life

Who knew a fish market could inspire high school students to overcome "stinky" attitudes with positivity? But that's just what happened recently when… read more

February 10, 2014 comments
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