“A course of investing in new nuclear capacity is financially incompatible with the substantial and already-announced CPS Energy commitments to efficiency and new renewable energy. Therefore, CPS Energy is truly at a crossroads ā€“ one path leads to more nuclear investment, the other to making efficiency and renewables the center of its program to meet its customersā€™ needs. The latter is far less risky, more flexible, and more economical.”

The report Energy Efficiency Potential: San Antonio’s Bright Energy Future [PDF] was written by Arjun Makhijani in collaboration with the Sustainable Energy and Economic Development (SEED) Coalition. October, 2008

Also see the slide presentation San Antonio Energy Efficiency Potential: Preliminary Assessment