New CPS Energy Bill Saves Them Money

CPS Energy has revamped that
piece of paper you get every month
telling you how much to pay.

The company's Albert Cantu says it's a cost cutting measure.

"We are using a solid black & white
ink now; we used to have color on
the bill but that has been taken out."  

He says it's also more environmentally
friendly avoiding those inks and dyes.

"By changing the size of the paper
and on the color ink, we save
substantially on costs as well."

"We will also reduce the size of the
envelope, to a standard size."

They also hope people will move towards
paying online.