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Overview IRP
The Guam Power Authority's (GPA) 2008 Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) is an open dialogue between the Authority and its stakeholders to determine the best strategies for the type, amount and timing of new resource acquisitions to meet future electrical loads.  New resource candidates will include both supply-side, renewable, and demand-side options. 

The IRP process seeks to create the most cost-effective resource plan with respect to the constraints and criteria identified by the Authority, its regulators, customers, and other stakeholders.

Stakeholders including those at GPA have articulated several such criteria during GPA's recent strategic planning activities including:  

GPA has incorporated a stakeholder process that embraces representatives from local government agencies, private industry, military sector, legislature as well as from the general community. Stakeholder meetings held were opened to the public on the dates and at the locations in the table below:.


Date & Time

Topic (Venue)



8:30AM to 5:00PM

Demand Forecast & Customer Impact, Initial Resource options

(GEDCA Conference Room, ITC Building - 5th Floor, Tamuning)



8:30AM to 12:00PM

Forecasts and Key Uncertainties

(GEDCA Conference Room, ITC Building - 5th Floor, Tamuning)



8:30AM to 12:00PM

Preliminary Results & Next Steps

(Leon Guerrero Bldg, Room # 129, School of Business & Public Admin - University of Guam, Mangilao)



8:30AM to 12:00PM

Pre-Final Draft Presentation

(Leon Guerrero Bldg, Room # 129, School of Business & Public Admin - University of Guam, Mangilao)

GPA submitted its final draft of the FY 2008 Integrated Resource Plan to the Public Utilities Commission on June 12, 2008.  The PUC granted GPA appproval to initiate wind studies and the development of procurement documents for renewable resource acquisition in May 2008 with further clarification on renewable resource procurement development in October 2008.  In December 2008, the PUC approved the Integrated Resource Plan with conditions to further investigate the economics of the liquified natural gas fuel diversification strategy, investment plan for sea water air conditioning project, and to comply with procurement protocols identified in the Memorandum of Understanding for IRP Implementation.

The following links provide access to stakeholder meeting presentations and audio files as well as the draft FY 2008 Integrated Resource Plan: (Updated Dec. 11, 2009)

Related Links

FY 2008 GPA Generation Resource Handbook Download 1080 KB pdf

FY 1999 Integrated Resource Plan Download 2.90 MB pdf

FY 1996 Integrated Resource Plan Download 18.6 MB pdf