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CPS Energy Offers Wind to San Antonio

May 2000 - City Public Service (CPS Energy), the municipal electric utility serving more than 550,000 customers in San Antonio, Texas, is offering a wind power option to all of the city's retail customers. The wind energy is available in 100-kWh blocks for an additional $4.00 per month, or a premium of 4¢/kWh. Power for the Windtricity program will eventually be supplied from a 25-MW wind project planned for West Texas. In the meantime, CPS is purchasing 600,000 kWh of wind power each month from an existing wind project.

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CPS Contact: Windtricity, (210) 226-WIND (9469)

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