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We know what matters: Reliability, Affordability & Value, and Great Service.
Members of the community are invited to sign up to speak and express their viewpoints to our Board of Trustees.
Public Input Sessions allow us to share important information with you on the approach and options we have to support our community, economic prosperity, and business interests.
Please join us as our Board of Trustees receives comments from the community on SA Climate Ready’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP) draft report.
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5:00 to 6:00 pm - Registration to speak
5:00 to 6:00 pm – Customer Program Fair - get savings tips & discover programs
6:00 to 6:30 pm – Welcome & Presentation to the Board of Trustees
6:30 to 8:30 pm - Public Input Session
November 27, 2018
June 13, 2018
Thanks to our San Antonio friends and neighbors who were able to come to our June 13, 2018, and November 27, 2018, Public Input Sessions! They were held in order to gather comments, insights and suggestions about our new strategic initiative, called the Flexible Path.
In summary, the Flexible Path is a full reboot of how we will prudently plan for, develop and/or install new energy sources going forward. Comprehensively, it will better position us to add improved technology, while we thoughtfully and sensibly balance consistently greater reliability, operational efficiency, and affordability.
Some additional highlights of the Flexible Path include the following:
OUR BOARD’S LEADERSHIP:
The evening programs for the Public Input Sessions are officiated by our Board Chair, John Steen. Accompanying him are Trustees Dr. Homer Guevara, Ed Kelley, and Dr. Willis Mackey.
After the formal Public Input Session on June 13, San Antonio’s Mayor Ron Nirenberg hosted a follow-up Facebook Live event. He interviewed our President & CEO, Paula Gold-Williams, about our Flexible Path forward. That engaging internet video is available at the following link: Watch Here
INFORMATION SHARED BEFORE THE EVENTS:
One hour before the Public Input Sessions began, our team members provided helpful information on a variety of topics such as:
THE CORE PRESENTATIONS, THOUGHTFULLY PROVIDED BY OUR CEO, SET THE STAGE FOR THE CANDID COMMENTS IN EACH SESSION:
As the programs began, Paula Gold-Williams gave comprehensive presentations on CPS Energy’s Flexible Path strategy. The core presentations and transcripts from each Public Input Session are available on the links for the respective dates the sessions were held. Some of the questions, and our answers, are provided below.
WE WANT YOUR INPUT:
We will continue our Flexible Path dialogue. For your convenience, you can also submit a comment through our online Feedback Form, regardless of the timing of such sessions.
PUBLIC INPUT COMMUNITY QUESTIONS:
When will JT Deely 1 & 2 close?
What programs does CPS Energy have in place to help customers who need assistance with their bills?
How will you incorporate the final Climate Action and Adaption Plan (CAAP) into the Flexible Path?
What is CPS Energy doing to improve our community’s air quality?
How does CPS Energy partner with SAWS?
What steps is CPS Energy taking to make your fleet green?
While we appreciate the progress that CPS Energy is making, and the improved objectives of the Flexible Path, why can’t we get there faster?
Our People First philosophy drives us to not only follow applicable environmental requirements, but to exceed expectations and seek innovative solutions that build on our environmental stewardship.