HAGÅTÑA, Guam — The Guam Power Authority is proposing to reduce the streetlight tariff an average of 22% if the petition is approved by the Public Utilities Commission. The authority began making public presentations on its intent to lower rates on Oct. 18.
As of September, a total of 5,675 light-emitting diode replacements have been completed, according to an Oct. 19 release. GPA estimates approximately $5 million to change out the remaining 10,360 public and private streetlights from high-pressure sodium to LED with the program’s expected completion to be within one to two years . . .
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