CPS Energy: Leading San Antonio into the New Energy Economy

February 23, 2011 : Doyle Beneby

Talk:
CPS Energy: Leading San Antonio into the New Energy Economy
Time:
Wednesday, February 23 · 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Location:
Malverde. 400 W. 2nd, Austin.

Doyle Beneby, President & CEO, CPS Energy

Doyle Beneby

Doyle Beneby

Solar Austin will host a special event featuring the leader of San Antonio’s municipal utility, CPS Energy CEO Doyle Beneby, offering Austinites a great opportunity to learn about CPS Energy’s plan to pursue affordable renewable energy.

This special event will take place at Malverde (400 W. 2nd, next to City Hall) with a Reception starting at 4pm and talk from 5 to 6pm. Parking is available at City Hall or metered parking on the street.

http://www.cpsenergy.com/About_CPS_Energy/Who_We_Are/Executive_Team/index.asp

In August 2010, President and CEO Doyle Beneby joined CPS Energy. Beneby brings a wealth of experience in electricity generation operations, new generation development, electric distribution operations, customer service and labor relations.

Beneby joined CPS Energy after serving Exelon for 8 years in various roles. Most recently, as president of Exelon Power, Beneby oversaw fossil, hydro generation, and solar operations, outage and work management, business operations, engineering and technical support, Exelon New England holdings, new generation development, and operational oversight of co-owned facilities and purchased power contracts. Before joining Exelon, Beneby worked for Consumers Energy in Michigan and Florida Power & Light.

Doyle Beneby Reception Sponsors:

Community Energy

RRE Austin

Invenergy

Jamail & Smith Construction

2 Comments

  1. John Dorgan, III

    I tried to register for the event below but the button seems inoperative. Thanks!

    CPS Energy: Leading San Antonio into the New Energy Economy
    February 23, 2011 : Doyle Beneby

    Talk:
    CPS Energy: Leading San Antonio into the New Energy Economy
    Time:
    Wednesday, February 23 · 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    Location:
    Malverde. 400 W. 2nd, Austin.

  2. jonl (Post author)

    John, I just tried it, and it worked fine for me. Can you say more about the problem you’re having? What happens when you try to register?

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