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Over 30 streetlights installed in villages

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - More than 30 energy-efficient streetlights have been installed throughout the island as part of the Guam Power Authority's pilot project testing their efficiency. The initiative is part of GPA's Demand Side Management Program to reduce energy consumption and increase savings for GPA customers.

The agency is accepting public comments over the next month on what you think about the new energy efficient streetlights.

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