GPA: Street Light Pilot Program Update – Boosting Reduction in Energy Costs is the Goal

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Guam – GPA announced today [Wednesday] the continuation of its pilot project to test energy efficient street lights throughout Guam. The initiative is part of the GPA Demand Side Management (DSM) Program to help reduce energy consumption and increase savings for GPA customers. 33 more efficient streetlights have been installed throughout the island. The locations are as follows:

    * Yigo Church
    * Tamuning Church
    * Agana Boat Basin
    * Southern High School
    * Merizo Pier
    * Inarajan Gef Pago
    * University of Guam

According to Kin Flores, GM of GPA, “Our goal is to install energy efficient lights and solicit public feedback beginning now and for the next 30 days. We will then take this information along with the performance data and choose a technology to implement island wide”, Flores said. “As we all know energy efficient lighting can greatly reduce our island’s energy costs and we are pleased at GPA to take this initiative,” he added. “This is an expansion of our current energy efficient lighting project”. Flores concluded.

The public is invited to send their comments to Vince Sablan at vsablan@gpapgwa.com or Heidi Ballendorf at heidi@guamwaterworks.org  or Art Perez at aperez@gpagwa.com For more information log on to www.guampowerauthority.com 

 
 

GPA Looks to Energy Efficient Streetlights.

GPA General Manager looks to reducing energy costs for the public.

For Immediate Release, Wednesday, September 7th, 2011

Harmon, Guam: GPA announced today the continuation of its pilot project to test energy efficient street lights throughout Guam. The initiative is part of the GPA Demand Side Management (DSM) Program to help reduce energy consumption and increase savings for GPA customers. 33 more efficient streetlights have been installed throughout the island. The locations are as follows:

    * Yigo Church
    * Tamuning Church
    * Agana Boat Basin
    * Southern High School
    * Merizo Pier
    * Inarajan Gef Pago
    * University of Guam

According to Kin Flores, GM of GPA, “Our goal is to install energy efficient lights and solicit public feedback beginning now and for the next 30 days. We will then take this information along with the performance data and choose a technology to implement island wide”, Flores said. “As we all know energy efficient lighting can greatly reduce our island’s energy costs and we are pleased at GPA to take this initiative,” he added. “This is an expansion of our current energy efficient lighting project”. Flores concluded.

The public is invited to send their comments to Vince Sablan at vsablan@gpapgwa.com or Heidi Ballendorf at heidi@guamwaterworks.org  or Art Perez at aperez@gpagwa.com For more information log on to www.guampowerauthority.com