Two months after the worst power crisis in Texas history, the state’s electrical grid operator again warned of tight conditions on the grid,
Commentary: Future river parks can achieve conservation without displacing people or erasing their histories.
In one lawsuit, CPS Energy described the natural gas companies as “profiteers” who were “eager to collect their ill-gotten paper gains.”
February’s winter storm drove fuel costs so high that CPS Energy is looking at a $1 billion bill. City Council approved a credit option Thursday.
San Antonians Pam and Will Harte are the executive producers of a graphic documentary tackling the issue of wildlife killing contests.
Derek Boese, an Army veteran who served in flood protection roles in Louisiana, will begin leadership of the San Antonio River Authority in May.
The Committee on Emergency Preparedness, which is investigating response to the winter storm, discussed questions for CPS Energy Friday.
CPS Energy sues ERCOT, alleging ‘one of the largest illegal wealth transfers in the history of Texas’
CPS Energy filed suit against the state’s electrical grid operator Friday, saying it presided “over one of the largest illegal wealth transfers in the history of Texas.”
Much uncertainty remains over how much CPS Energy and other utilities will have to pay for their power costs during the February storm.
Commentary: It’s going to be expensive to make sure the state’s electricity stays on during winter storms like the one that blacked out most of Texas last month, and the money will come from average Texans.
A reduced population of monarch butterflies is heading our way from Mexico, and migratory hummingbirds are not far behind.
Bills from CPS Energy are on the way, but they won’t include charges stemming from the winter storm.
ERCOT kept market prices for power too high for nearly two more days after widespread outages ended, according to an independent monitor.