Early February CPS Energy settled with it’s corporate partner Nuclear Innovation North American (NINA), a joint venture by NRG Energy and Toshiba, Inc.

NINA has also agreed to pay CPS $80 million and contribute $10 million to assist low-income families pay their energy bills.

Acting General Manager of CPS Jelynne LeBlanc-Burley said that the Board of Trustees will vote Monday on CPS Energy’s future participation in energy partnerships.

“We are putting that all behind us and reinforcing we are still here for our community,” Burley said.

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