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BAMC switching to generator power
February 17, 2021
At the request of CPS Energy and as part of Joint Base San Antonio’s city support, BAMC is planning to transition to generator power today, Feb. 17, with an estimated duration of at least 24 hours in order to aid the community’s power conservation efforts.

JBSA flips switch on for new Smartflower solar energy devices
February 3, 2021
Members of the 502nd Civil Engineer Squadron and CPS Energy demonstrated the new SmartFlower solar energy device at Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Feb. 1.

Power grid protection at forefront of San Antonio, JBSA electromagnetic defense initiatives
January 12, 2021
CPS Energy’s Vice President of Grid Transformation & Engineering, Richard Medina, front, and Chief Security, Safety & Gas Solutions Officer Fred Bonewell evaluate security measures at an area substation.

Electromagnetic Pulse Defense teams continue building resiliency
May 15, 2020
Joint Base San Antonio-Electromagnetic Defense Initiative member Lt. Col. Eddie K. “Thumper” Stamper teleconferences with leadership from the FBI InfraGard National Disaster Resiliency Council May 11, 2020.

JBSA receives $9M in state grant funding for electrical upgrades
April 23, 2020
JBSA receives grant

JBSA receives $62K rebate from CPS Energy
March 13, 2018
Garrick Williams (left), JBSA Energy Solutions director with CPS Energy, presents (from left) Brig. Gen. Heather Pringle (right), 502nd Air Base Wing and Joint Base San Antonio commander, Col. Lee Flemming, 502nd ABW and JBSA vice commander, and Brenda Roesch, 502nd Civil Engineer Squadron director, a rebate check for $62,763.04 at the 502nd ABW headquarters at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston March 13.

Partnership helps JBSA understand the uses of microgrid technology
January 24, 2017
James Boston III, CPS Energy manager of market intelligence, shows how one of components in the battery energy storage system works at the microgrid test site at the JBSA-Fort Sam Houston Campbell Memorial Library on Jan. 13. Powered by solar energy, the microgrid has the capability of producing energy for the library while being disconnected from the electric grid.