Powering jobs in the New Energy Economy: Meet Michael Sanchez via CPS Energy Newsroom Michael Sanchez, 23, is a welder at Sun Action Trackers. A Judson High School graduate, Sanchez started his career at Sun Action Trackers in January of this year. The San Antonio native received
Latest solar farm uses locally-made products to produce clean energy via Scott Wudel, CPS Energy Newsroom Solar panels produced here in San Antonio are now bringing renewable power to local homes and businesses. More than 21,400 solar panels, manufactured at the recently opened Mission Solar Energy facility,
via Jeremy T. Gerlach, MySanAntonio.com/San Antonio Express News As foreign investment continues to power San Antonio’s production of solar energy, more and more local hands are building the pieces that produce the power itself. At the recent opening of CPS Energy’s latest solar farm, Alamo 3, utility
‘Steel Forest’ in Uvalde to bring solar power to San Antonio via Scott Wudel, CPS Energy Newsroom Out in Uvalde, a new forest is rising from the ground. How can a forest come to life and flourish in South Texas? When it’s made of silicon and steel.
Largest Dual-Axis Solar Power Plant Coming to Pecos County via Zora Asberry, Anchor, News West 9 PECOS COUNTY, TX (KWES) – One of the largest solar power plants in the state and the world is coming to West Texas. The plant is currently under construction in Bakersfield, Texas.
In the News: Texas Solar Power Shines Strong Via Paul MacDonald, Alternative Energy Magazine While Texas has been hit by the decline in oil prices, the state has also recently been home to some large-scale solar power developments, including the 118-MW Alamo 5 project built by ConEdison