Join the thousands of islanders that have already made the switch to electric heating systems and you'll find the benefits really add up.
Why Switch & Save? »
If you're thinking about making the switch from a fossil-fuel system to electric heating, get in touch with us today and arrange your free site survey and no obligation quote.
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Our Superheat tariff is available 24 hours a day and must be used in conjunction with another of GEL’s tariff suitable for lighting and power.
Heating Advice »
We're able to offer a generous finance solution. This includes a subsidy from Guernsey Electricity on your interest payments, depending on the size and type of heating solution you purchase.
Finance Options »
The Superheat tariff is available 24 hours a day for panel heaters, electric boilers and underfloor heating.
Superheat Tariff »
Here you can apply for a new supply, additional load and/or alterations to your existing supply. You should also apply here if you are considering the connection of private generation from renewable energies such as solar, wind or heat pumps.
New Electric Heating Installations »
If you're looking for a system that is safe, simple to use and has both low installation and running costs, then storage heaters and panel heaters could be ideal for you.
Electric heating - economical, 100% efficient and safe. All energy input is converted to heat, without any lost in waste gases.
Electric Boilers »
Underfloor heating is a great way to keep your home warm. It distributes heat evenly around each room, is cosy underfoot and it frees your walls from radiators. Economical, 100% efficient and safe.
Underfloor Heating »
Hot water cylinders are available in a variety of sizes and heat the water in the cylinder using a number of different methods.
Water Heating »
Renewable electric heating - economical, up to 300% efficient and safe. If you want to generate your own heat and potentially save money on your energy bills, air-source heat pumps could be the ideal solution for you.
If you’re looking to ‘go green’ by installing a renewable energy system, then ensure you opt for a system that suits your property and your budget.
How can switching to electric heating help improve your carbon footprint?
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