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Strategic Energy Plan. 1 9 4 2. Purchased by the City of San Antonio. The Nation’s Largest. Total assets of almost $9 billion 14 percent of our gross revenues conveyed to the City as a ROI One-fifth of the City’s operating budget from CPS Energy

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1 9 4 2

Purchased by the City of San Antonio

the nation s largest
The Nation’s Largest
  • Total assets of almost $9 billion
  • 14 percent of our gross revenues conveyed to the City as a ROI
  • One-fifth of the City’s operating budget from CPS Energy
  • Police and fire protection, street improvements, parks and other services
demand for energy
Demand for Energy
  • 677,000 Electric customers
  • 318,000 Natural gas customers
  • Serving Bexar County and portions of seven adjoining counties
a growing greater san antonio
A Growing Greater San Antonio
  • Energy demand increasing at approximately 3 per cent annually
  • CPS Energy adding between 1,000 and 2,000 new customers every month
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Strategic Energy Plan
  • The 70’s
  • Maintaining an affordable and reliable supply of energy
  • Environmental commitment
  • Renewable energy and energy efficiency
  • Your Questions
  • Conclusion
maintaining an affordable supply of electricity
Maintaining an Affordable Supply of Electricity
  • The 70’s

Launched fuels diversification program

  • Nuclear and Coal

The bulk of electricity

  • Adding Two Units at STP?

We’re studying the possibility

why add two units at stp
Why Add Two Units at STP?
  • Nuclear has saved our customers millions in fuel costs
  • Fossil fuel costs have been a roller-coaster ride
  • The best alternative for a long-term supply of electricity in the 2016 timeframe
maintaining an affordable supply of electricity1
New coal-fired power plant to go on line in 2010

Natural gas peaking units set for Brauning Lake in 2009

Maintaining an Affordable Supply of Electricity
environmental commitment
Environmental Commitment
  • Already doing more than what is required
  • $200 million in the best-available emissions-control equipment at the new coal plant at Calaveras Lake
  • Investing more than $500 million in environmental upgrades on existing coal units
11 percent of peak demand
11 Percent of Peak Demand
  • Wind
  • Landfill gas
  • Solar

Renewable energy capacity equal to 15 percent of peak demand by 2020

a new fuel source
A New Fuel Source
  • Reduce energy use and help customers save money
  • Reduce emissions by reducing the need to generate more electricity
  • Reduce rate of growth of peak demand by 10 percent annually
96 million in customer incentives
$96 Million in Customer Incentives
  • For residential customers

Rebates for ceiling and wall insulation, Energy Star windows, duct testing and more

  • For residential and commercial customers

Rebates for photovoltaic solar panels that produce electricity

  • Additional information on rebates at
we share your interest
We Share Your Interest
  • The lowest energy bills of the nation’s 20 largest cities
  • Highest financial ratings of any electrical system in the U.S.
  • Highest score nationally in J.D. Power 2007 Gas Utility Residential Customer Satisfaction Study