A 41-megawatt PV plant is completed in Texas, the biggest yet in the state – but it’s just the first phase in a planned 400-megawatt project.
CPS Energy says it will hold off at least a year on a plan that would have slashed the value of solar power produced on San Antonio rooftops.
Will rooftop solar spell doom for electrical utilities? Fears are running rampant, and San Antonio’s CPS Energy is acting to scale back net metering credits.
CPS Energy recently announced that it will replace over 20,000 street lamps with Toshiba’s 100-watt TGT LED luminaires.
Wind power rules in Texas, but San Antonio’s CPS Energy is in a new deal that will bring 400 megawatts of solar plus several solar companies to the city.
Twenty megawatts of solar go in on the grounds of a San Antonio wastewater treatement plant that is already a commercial biogas producer.
CPS Energy has agreed to buy 200 megawatts of wind power from Duke Energy, which will build, own and manage the Los Vientos I Windpower Project in Texas.