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Projects and activities can be found in the designated programs.


The U.S. Department of Energy’s State Energy Program (SEP) provides funding to States & Territories’ governor-designated state energy offices to enhance energy security, advance state-led energy initiatives, and maximize the benefits of reducing energy waste. State energy offices are to tailor activities that are within grant guidelines to best meet their needs.

With the SEP grant funding, the Guam Energy Office provides energy efficient technical assistance contacts with consumers and businesses to aid them in implementing cost-effective energy efficiency actions, provides policy and input analysis, and much more.

Mr. Mortiz is a recipient of the Plug-in Electric Rebate Program and a proud owner of a PEV.

Mr. Mortiz is a recipient of the rebate  program and a proud owner of an electric vehicle.


The Guam Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Rebate Program, as amended, was previously funded through local funds.  The rebate program is now funded through the U.S. Department of Energy, State Energy Program (SEP), and the SEP-Bipartisan Infrastructure Law grants.  The rebate program offers rebates for not more than 10% of the total base price of a qualified plug-in electric drive motor vehicle not to exceed $3,000. The rebate program is offered to individuals, businesses, and nonprofit organizations which allows only one (1) rebate per individual and up to three (3) rebates per business and nonprofit organization. Funds are limited and available on a first-come first-serve basis.  The goal of this program is to reduce fuel consumption, reduce harmful emissions into the environment, and stimulate Guam’s economy by assisting individuals, businesses, and nonprofits with rebates for the purchase of electric vehicles.

Automotive Participating Dealership:

  1. Nissan Motor Corporation Guam
  2. Cars Plus LLC 
  3. Triple J Auto Group
  4. Akins Kroll Inc.
To be a participating dealership for the Plug-In Electric Drive Motor Vehicle Rebate Program, complete the PEV Dealer Agreement Form below and submit it to the Guam Energy Office. PEV Dealer Agreement Form



The Guam Energy Office will hold a public hearing to discuss the Plug-In Electric Vehicle Program procedure updates on Wednesday, October 3, 2018 from 2 pm to 4 pm at the Guam Energy Office, 548 N. Marine Corps Drive, Tamuning.

Draft Plug-In Electric Vehicle Rebate Rules and Regulations



**PUBLIC NOTICE** The Guam Energy Office invites the public to attend a public hearing scheduled for Friday, January 19, 2024, at 10:00 a.m. at its office located at 548 N. Marine Corps Drive, Upper Tumon, (adjacent to Dept. of Public Works). The purpose of the hearing is to receive public comments on the proposed PY2024 Guam Weatherization Assistance Program State Plan (available HERE). Persons with special needs should email GEO at by Friday, January 19, 2023, to make appropriate arrangements. Written comments will be accepted on or before Friday, January 19, 2024, no later than 5:00 p.m. only through postal mail to Guam Energy Office, 548 Marine Corps Drive, Tamuning, Guam 96913 OR via email to  Contact Tina Mafnas, Planner, at (671) 649-4362 for further information. Click the links below relating to the PY2024 Guam Weatherization Assistance Program State Plan: Guam's Approved Priority List (Approved by USDOE, 1/9/2023) Guam's Weatherization Field Guide (Approved by USDOE, 5/7/21) Guam's Health & Safety Plan PY2024 (DRAFT) ================================ The Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP) is a federally funded annual program that helps reduce energy costs for eligible low-income households by improving the energy efficiency of their homes while ensuring their health and safety. From the replacement of refrigerators to the installation of smoke detectors, this program is geared to service income-eligible clients with priority given to the elderly, individuals with disabilities, and families with children. WAP services are free to households meeting the criteria based on household income and acceptable housing. Types of energy-saving measures may include the installation of the following:
  • Low-Flow Showerheads & Faucet Aerators;
  • CFL or LED Lighting;
  • Advanced Power Strip;
  • Room Air Conditioner;
  • Mini Split Air Conditioner; and
  • Refrigerator Replacement.
To qualify, the total household income shall not exceed the maximum income as stated in the chart below.

Ms. Josefa Baker, WAP client, and Michelle Marquez, GEO staff, conducted client intake while practicing COVID-19 workplace practices such as social distancing, sanitizing, and wearing face masks.

   W2 WAP recipients received energy-efficient measures to include the replacement of split air conditioners, a new refrigerator, and window air conditioners made possible by WAP services.