We offer a range of tariffs to suit your lifestyle and to meet your electricity needs from lighting to heating and everything in-between.
The Standard tariff is the electricity supply tariff with a single rate for all units consumed.
The Super Economy 12 tariff is divided into two rates. The lower rate is made available to customers for a 12 hour period each day. The 12 hours of low rate comprises of a 10 hour period during the night and a 2 hour period during the day time. The normal rate applies for the remaining 12 hours.
Super Economy 12 Low Units: 10 hour period between 7:45pm & 8:15am, 2 hour period between 12:00pm & 4:40pm. This tariff can be used for anything including lights, fires, washing machines, water heating, night storage heating and under floor heating.
The superheat tariff is available for a period of 18 hours per day. It must be used in conjunction with another of GEL’s tariffs suitable for lighting and power and be connected to an electric thermal store central heating system.
Supply is available for 18 hours each day, with the remaining six unavailable supply hours split into three two hour sections with times between: 00.00 and 03.00, 07.00 to 10.00 and 16.00 to 20.00. The heat storage system has to be designed to have sufficient thermal storage capacity to cover the off periods. Customers can apply to use the heating during the “off” periods; these periods will be charged at the extended rate.
The heat pump tariff is available to all customers for separately metered supplies to permanently connected heat pumps. This includes ancillary controls, pumps and flange elements directly associated with the heat pump installation.
This tariff is only available for separately metered supplies to permanently connected heat pumps. The supply may be disconnected without notice for periods not exceeding one hour in any day.
The Non-Peak tariff is available for commercial “lighting only” installations and is available for a minimum of 20 hours a day. The supply may be disconnected for up to 4 hours a day at the discretion of Guernsey Electricity.
Supply available for a minimum of 20hrs. Disconnected for a total of 4hrs at the discretion of Guernsey Electricity.
The Buy Back tariff is for customers with installed private generation equipment. Micro and Macro generation input into Guernsey Electricity’s network shall be credited to customers on units delivered.
This tariff is available to customers with their own generating equipment, wishing to export power to Guernsey Electricity.
Find the electricity tariff that works best for you
The Maximum Demand tariff is for customers with an electricity demand typically greater than 75kW. A Maximum Demand Charge for each kW of maximum demand in each month shall be charged.
The economy version of the Maximum Demand tariff is for customers with an electricity demand typically greater than 75kW. A Maximum Demand Chargefor each kW of maximum demand in each month shall be charged. There is a 10 hour overnight low period when a reduced rate will be applied to all units consumed. The normal rate applies for the remaining 14 hours.
Maximum Resale Price
Guernsey Electricity Limited, in accordance with section 23(2)(b) of the Electricity (Guernsey) Law 2001, hereby gives notice that the maximum resale price at which electricity may be resold by persons to whom it is supplied is 17.86 pence per unit. The increase in the maximum resale price is in recognition of the tariff increase effective from 1st October 2012.
For more information on any of our tariffs you can call us on 01481 200700 or email us.