CPS Energy team continues to fight to protect our customers from the excessive Energy Transfer and fuel charges during Winter Storm Uri.
CPS Energy is committed to protecting its customers from unconscionable prices charged by certain natural gas suppliers during 2021’s Winter Storm Uri.
The financial impact of the winter weather emergency has not yet been fully calculated, but it may be substantial. Our goal is always to keep our customers’ bills affordable.
We proactively validated our bonds in court to protect all our customers from potential future energy bill shock associated with higher borrowing costs if bondholders could not rely on our existing debt and business structures.
“On behalf of our more than 3,100 CPS Energy employees and the many retirees who worked for and alongside him, I offer our heartfelt condolences and sympathy to the family and friends of Mr. Arthur von Rosenberg, who served as CEO & General Manager of CPS Energy from 1988-1999 “
“On behalf of our entire CPS Energy team, I would like to extend a sincere thank you to Mayor Ron Nirenberg and the San Antonio City Council for approving CPS Energy’s Green Tariff. “
Over the last few months, COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the lives of many citizens in our community.
CPS Energy continues to stand ready to help our customers in need with the suspension of disconnects.
As a community-owned utility, it is imperative that we hear from customers who live throughout our service territory.
CPS Energy stands ready to help any customer in need. Our People First philosophy is about being there for our customers when they need us.
We fondly remember the life and legacy of Mr. Pat Legan, a former member of the CPS Energy Board of Trustees.
We remain committed to serving our customers and providing them with our foundational role of offering energy solutions to meet our community’s needs.
First and foremost, we want to thank the Mayor and San Antonio City Council for their passion, engagement, and consistent leadership in our community.
It is with deep sadness that our community at large, we at CPS Energy, and I personally, mourn the loss of a true San Antonio icon and pioneer, Mayor Lila Cockrell.
Together, it is our honor to be the community’s utility experts who work hard every day to balance energy security, safety, reliability, resilience, environmental impact, and affordability.
CPS Energy is committed to providing power that is reliable, affordable, safe, secure, resilient and environmentally responsible for our customers and community.
At CPS Energy, powering your homes, businesses, and neighborhood communities in a safe, environmentally responsible and affordable manner is our number one priority.
The CPS Energy Board will meet this Monday, February 26, to discuss next steps in our selection process. In the meantime, Derrick Howard will continue to serve until his replacement is appointed and sworn in.