Interim Director of Climate & Sustainability, CPS Energy
Presentation Topic: FlexPower Bundle & FlexSTEP
Speaker Bio: Angela Rodriguez is the Interim Director of Climate & Sustainability at CPS Energy. She has been part of CPS Energy’s Environmental Planning, Compliance & Sustainability department since 2007 and led the Air Permitting and Compliance section for 10 years. Her team provided permitting, compliance reporting, sustainability initiatives support and environmental strategy based on current and upcoming regulations for CPS Energy. In her new role, she has had primarily a focus on public outreach for the City’s Climate Action and Adaptation Plan.
She has a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M in Kingsville. Prior to working for CPS Energy, Angela worked for Luminant/TXU as a gas fired Power Plant Engineer and as a Chemistry Lab Supervisor at Comanche Peak Nuclear Power Station.
Angela loves nature and was on the Green Spaces Alliance board for 3 years. She was on the AACOG Air Technical Committee for 10 years and now serves as alternate on the AACOG Board. Angela is on the Large Public Power Council Environmental Task Force and chairs the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Energy & Sustainability Committee and a member of various other industry and community committees. In her spare time she enjoys walking her dogs and foster puppies on the beautiful San Antonio linear park system trails.
Thanks to this Month’s Sponsor!
Dear AWMA colleagues,
At CPS Energy, we are committed to serving our community with the products and services they truly want. As we look forward to our flexible energy future, we are seeking community input to help us make decisions that will benefit all of San Antonio for years to come.
Everyone has different opinions and ideas, and we want to listen. To this end, we have put together two surveys that are soliciting public input in regards to our future energy generation portfolio and our customer energy management programs, respectively. The FlexPOWER Bundle survey will help us understand what the community thinks about our “blended energy approach,” while the FlexSTEP survey gives us more insight into which energy management programs customers want to see in the future.
I’m reaching out to my fellow AWMA members to ask for your help in completing these surveys and passing them along to others who might be interested in filling them out. It is vital for us to collect as many responses as possible to gather as many viewpoints as we can.
You can find more info about our Flexible Path, as well as the links to both surveys, by clicking here. Please let me know if you have any questions.
Past AWMA Chair
A Letter from the Chair
Dear A&WMA Alamo Chapter Members,
I hope you all had a wonderful summer and were able to take some time off! It flew by for me and my family. It is time to get back into the swing of things for the fall. School is back in session and the fall luncheons will start on September 19th.
We ended the spring with the Symposium. I want to say thank you again to all the speakers, sponsors, and attendees. As the summer started, we also had to say goodbye and good luck to Misti Johnson (our Vice Chair) as she started her new adventure in the Houston area. We are now looking for Misti’s replacement. If you are interested in this position on the A&WMA Board, please contact any of the Board members or send an e-mail to the following e-mail address: info@AWMA.org. The Vice Chair’s main responsibility is finding speakers and sponsors for the luncheons. Our Board is truly a team effort, and everyone helps.
Thank you all for your continued participation in A&WMA luncheons and activities. Member participation keeps the organization going and your continued support is appreciated.
AWMA Alamo Chapter Chair