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Guam Power Authority

Smart Grid Project


The Guam Power Authority's (GPA's) Smart Grid Project involved a territory-wide deployment of advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) and integration of the AMI with an outage management system (OMS). GPA also implemented substation automation equipment including voltage regulators, fault indicators, smart relays, and transformer monitors. An energy management system was deployed to leverage the new automation assets. Customers now have the ability to install devices that assist in managing electricity use and costs, including in-home displays and home area networks.

Contact Information

John J. Cruz, Jr.
Strategic Planning and Operations Research Division Manager
Guam Power

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Recipient: Guam Power Authority
HQ State: Guam
NERC Region:
Total Budget: $33,213,756
Federal Share: $16,603,507
Funding Program:
Project Type:
Targeted Benefits:
  • Reduced Meter Reading Costs
  • Reduced Operating and Maintenance Costs
  • Improved Electric Service Reliability and Power Quality
  • Reduced Costs from Equipment Failures, Distribution Line Losses, and Theft
  • Deferred Investment in Distribution Capacity Expansion
  • Reduced Truck Fleet Fuel Usage
  • Reduced Greenhouse Gas and Criteria Pollutant Emissions

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