BY WAYNE CHARGUALAF
Guam Power Authority filed on Dec. 15 a proposal for a 15.6% rate increase to be effective Feb. 1 with the Guam Public Utilities Commission. The PUC, which has final approval on changes to utility rates, has up to 45 days to review the proposal and render its decision. Under the proposed increase, a household that consumed 1,000 kilowatt-hours a month would pay $33.11 more on their power bill.
According to GPA, the rate increase is necessary to pay for the fuel recovery charge, which is based on the price of . . .
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