Financial institutions and telecommunications firms pioneered the idea of pre-paying for services and now energy has picked up the pay-as-you-go concept. As an efficient way to keep consumers within a budget and gauge their expenditures the Guam Power Authority received approval from the Consolidated Commission on Utilities to execute a Prepaid Metering Pilot Project for GPA residential patrons. BPL Global Ltd. a smart-grid technology company based in Pittsburgh Pa. was awarded the $279 200 project . . .
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