Attorney General Doug Moylan shared his frustration over the ongoing load shedding struggles the island has faced in the wake of typhoon Mawar.

Moylan stating the Consolidate Commission on Utilities’ failure to provide reliable electrical power triggered Guam’s consumer protection rights laws and raised health, safety and welfare concerns among other problems.

The AG noted, Guam law requires GPA pay when power surges, voltages fluctuations or frequency fluctuations damage your property.

Moylan added the CCU estimates their load shedding problem will continue for at least two more years.

He encouraged the community to report any damage and to submit a claim form.

The form is available in the pdf below.

Meantime, GPA officials say they continue to work around the clock to fix its units.