According to GPA, they will negotiate a “fair market value” for the property, which is approximately .52 acres.
Guam – The Guam Power Authority will be asking the legislature for a piece of land owned by the cltc to build an energy storage hub to connect to the solar farm in Dan Dan.
GPA says the ideal location for the new energy storage hub is a piece of land next to the Talofofo substation. The land is currently owned by the CLTC so it will require legislation before being handed over to GPA. According to GPA, they will negotiate a “fair market value” for the property, which is approximately .52 acres. GPA says they expect the legislation should be completed within the next 3 to 4 months. Meanwhile, GPA recently issued the bid for phase II of its renewable energy project, which was initially cancelled earlier this year so that GPA could include some form of energy storage to go along with the bid.