The CPS Energy Board of Trustees is opening its regularly scheduled monthly Board Meetings to public comment and will also livestream these meetings. Both will be done for the first time during the meeting on Thursday, June 20, 2019 at 3:00 p.m. in the Board Room located on the first floor of CPS Energy’s Main Office at 145 Navarro St.
Anyone wishing to watch a livestream of the meeting will be able to do so from CPS Energy’s website. If choosing to attend the meeting in person, members of the community are asked to remember these things:
- All regularly scheduled monthly Board Meetings are open to the public.
- Registration for public comment will be open from 1:45 to 2:45 p.m. in the Main Office lobby. Only registered speakers may speak.
- Comments are limited to topics on the posted agenda. Only ten speakers will be permitted to speak for a maximum of two minutes each.
For additional information and speaking guidelines, please visit cpsenergy.com/boardmeetings.
The Board of Trustees will continue to evaluate the effectiveness of each practice to ensure a smooth public comment process.
ABOUT CPS ENERGY Established in 1860, CPS Energy is the nation’s largest public power, natural gas and electric company, providing safe, reliable, and competitively-priced service to 840,750 electric and 352,585 natural gas customers in San Antonio and portions of seven adjoining counties. Our customers’ combined energy bills rank among the lowest of the nation’s 20 largest cities – while generating $7 billion in revenue for the City of San Antonio for more than seven decades. As a trusted and strong community partner, we continuously focus on job creation, economic development and educational investment. True to our People First philosophy, we are powered by our skilled workforce, whose commitment to the community is demonstrated through our employees’ volunteerism in giving back to our city and programs aimed at bringing value to our customers. CPS Energy is among the top public power wind energy buyers in the nation and number one in Texas for solar generation.