Exposure to the South Texas Nuclear Project (STP), while operating very well, remains a general concern given that STP supplies approximately 35% of CPS' energy requirements.
What does STNP stand for?
STNP stands for South Texas Nuclear Project
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Equal to 14% of its electric utility (City Public Service, or CPS) annual gross revenues, transfers spiked during fiscal 2003 due to increased electric sales associated with rising fuel costs, which were exacerbated by a four-month repair of one reactor at the South Texas Nuclear Project, part of which is owned by CPS (whose electric and gas systems revenue bonds are rated 'AA+' by Fitch).
CPS owns a 28% share of the two-unit South Texas Nuclear Project.
The return to commercial operation of both units of the South Texas Nuclear Project (STP) lowers operating and maintenance expense and reduces the dependence on more expensive natural gas; however, litigation against HL&P by two other project participants remains outstanding.
The operating risk associated with CPS' reliance on the South Texas Nuclear Project (STP, approximately 31% of energy requirements), is largely mitigated by STP's solid operating performance ranking among the top 10 best performing nuclear plants in the nation, and CPS' sizable cash reserves.
Houston Lighting & Power's credit protection measures have strengthened with completion and subsequent revenues to cover investment in the South Texas Nuclear Project (STP).
Another area of concern is the system's reliance on the South Texas Nuclear Project (STP) which supplies approximately 31% of its energy requirements and CPS' ability to find economic replacement power in the unlikely event of a prolonged outage.
Houston Industries' principal subsidiary, Houston Lighting & Power (HL&P), has strengthened its credit fundamentals with the completion and subsequent revenue recovery for the investment in the South Texas Nuclear Project (STP).