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Fish Thrive In Power Plant Lakes
As part of a regular Texas Parks and Wildlife Department replenishment of the fish population in Braunig Lake which is owned by CPS Energy, San Antonio’s municipal electric and gas utility.

CPS Energy manages two such lakes. Braunig Lake cools the utility’s V.H. Braunig Power Station, a natural gas plant.  Calaveras Lake is the larger of the two and cools CPS Energy’s J.K. Spruce coal plant and its O.W. Sommers plant, which runs on natural gas.

Both cooling lakes are very productive fisheries due to the elevated water temperature, but being close to San Antonio, with 1.8 million people, the fish stocks get fished out requiring restocking about every year.




 
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