Enroll in our Budget Payment Plan, and we’ll average your bills over the past year, add a small percentage to cover environmental factors and changing fuel costs, then charge you the resulting amount each month
Our Veteran’s Discount Program provides electric bill payment assistance to those who have significantly decreased abilities to regulate their core body temperatures due to severe burns received during combat
Keeping your home cool during the summer could increase your energy use and your bill. We understand that a higher than expected utility bill can be a source of frustration. But don’t worry, we offer a variety of smart, easy solutions to help save you energy and put money back in your pocket.
Ideas to help educate and encourage customers to take simple steps to reduce their consumption. Learn more about: Manage My Account, My Energy Portal and SaveNow programs and rebates. Get Energy Tips and Peak Energy Day information. Learn about Smart Thermostats and Upcoming CPS Energy Events. Use our Energy Cost Calculator.
CPS Energy by way of its electric and natural gas service contract with the General Service Administration (GSA) in Washington D.C. is a federal contractor. Consequently, we are required to report our contracting activity with large, small, minority, service-disabled, veteran, historically underutilized, HUBZone, and woman-owned businesses.
CRU is dedicated to increasing community awareness of and enrollment in assistance programs, educating customers about energy efficiency and safety, and working directly with customers with unique needs.
Requests for a new streetlight in an unincorporated area or another incorporated city in the CPS Energy service delivery area should be made through the local homeowner association or municipal government office.
The new substation will supply electric power to homes and businesses in the immediate area, largely using existing lower-voltage distribution lines.
A new substation, transmission line(s) and associated distribution lines, north of San Antonio near US 281 and FM 1863, will provide additional electric capacity and improve the reliability of electric services to homes and businesses in this area.
As the electric and natural gas utility in the Greater San Antonio area, we are committed to providing reliable power, so customers’ lights and natural gas turn on quickly, operate safely and remain affordable. As such, we are committed to improving infrastructure to ensure we provide the highest level of customer service and reliability to our community.
Our Corporate College Internship Program (CCIP), is designed to meet the industry’s rapidly changing workforce needs by providing local San Antonio college students with public utility career experience.