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The Guam Power Authority
Established May 1968 by the Guam Power Authority Act of 1968. See, Guam Code 12, Chapter 8.
GPA is a public corporation and an enterprise fund of the Government of Guam.
GPA's governoring board is the Consolidated Commission on Utilities (CCU) consisting of five elected commissioners.
GPA's rates are regulated by the Guam Public Utilities Commission.
Employees and Customers
512 Employees (9/30/14)
49,297 Customers (9/30/14)
Fiscal Years Begin on October 1 and End on September 30
FY 2015: October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2015
FY 2015 Budget: $289.4 Million
Bond Ratings: Fitch, BBB-/Stable; Moody's, Baa3; S&P, BBB/Stable
Major Plant Assets
525 MW Gross Generation Capacity
175 Miles of Transmission Lines
646 Miles of Distribution Primary Lines
Major Fuel TypesResidual Fuel Oil (RFO #6)
Diesel (No. 2 Distillate)