We wish to build and test small, vertical wind turbines all over the island of Guam to reduce our reliance on fossil fuels for energy. In FY 2017 Guam Power Authority spent an average of $2 million dollars every month for diesel fuel for the island's power plant (approximately 1 million gallons). The main power generators for Guam are 45 years old and need major improvements in order to maintain the electricity needs for the island. They are continually shut down for repairs. Our wish for this project in the short term is to show that Guam's power needs can be supplemented by affordable renewable energy. Our long term wish is for Guam to drastically decrease its dependence on fossil fuels and be a leader in Micronesia toward renewable energy use.