Blog

WATCH: CPS Energy provides briefing on Credit Ratings Agencies' reports

While both S&P and Moody’s ratings reaffirmed a Stable outlook, Fitch changed their previous affirmed rating of CPS Energy from Stable to Negative.While both S&P and Moody’s ratings reaffirmed a Stable outlook, Fitch changed their previous affirmed rating of CPS Energy from Stable to Negative.

So what does all of this mean? CPS Energy’s President & CEO, Paula Gold-Williams and Chief Financial Officer, Gary Gold, sat down (virtually) with Brendan Gibbons, senior environment and energy reporter at the San Antonio Report, and Diego Mendoza-Moyers, energy reporter for the San Antonio Express-News , to talk shop about the Credit Ratings Reports and what  they mean for CPS Energy and their customers. You can watch the discussion in the video below.