Multimedia Communication Press Releases Press Release for Green Technology Meeting
The Subcommittee on Green Technology under the Governor’s Education Task Force is inviting the community’s participation in a public meeting that will be held next Thursday, February 23, 2012 at 10:00 am in the Public Hearing Room at the Guam Legislature. Chairperson Senator Dennis G. Rodriguez, Jr. will be heading the meeting along with Barry Mead, Mary Okada, and Billy Cruz. The subcommittee opens the floor for discussion for an improved Green initiative among our island’s schools. The public can share their ideas and concerns pertaining to the meeting via email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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0 # Jeff Gabel 2012-02-29 13:20
Thinking in terms of protection our environment, especially on our island with limited land area is especially important.
In terms of how to improve/decrease the emissions from our power plant on Guam the alternatives are not as obvious. In the mainland US there is a huge supply of Natural Gas being discovered and tapped which is in such abundant supply that the price is very low. There are companies working on being able to export this very clean natural resource as Liquid Natural Gas (LNG). It might be in our best interest as an Island community to look into importing LNG as a much cleaner and possibly lower cost alternative to oil based fuels.
One company that is actively working on building export facilities is Chennier Energy based out of Louisiana I believe.
I'm sure there are others but Chennier has taken the initiative to get to the front of the pack in it's development of Liquifaction and export facilities.
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0 # Joseph Mesngon 2012-03-05 13:41
Hafa Adai Mr. Gabel! Thank you for your comments of 2/29/12 regarding the post on the Green Technology Action Team and your thoughts on protecting our environment by looking into Liquid Natural Gas as an alternative to oil based fuels. If you would like to discuss this further or to share more ideas, please contact me at my office 649-8638/0511.Si Yu'os Ma'ase'!
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