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Community Solar
Delivering more local renewable energy to the community with GROW Ltd.

Guernsey Electricity are delighted to have worked with The Little Green Energy Company to install another vast community-scale solar array, this time on the roof of the newly reopened GROW Ltd headquarters. The new 310 photovoltaic (PV) panels will produce 129-kilowatt peak power (kWp), that’s enough electricity to supply power to approximately 40* homes.

PEH Project Page
Investing in the future, now.

The majority of the route has been laid in the biggest cable infrastructure project since the 1980s. Guernsey Electricity are laying a new 33kV cable 6.5 km across the Island, connecting two substations from the North of the Island to the critical infrastructure of the Princess Elizabeth hospital. Supporting the upgrade of electrical infrastructure for the PEH and the network supplying the South of Guernsey.

Inside the Power Station
Generating from the power station is dependable, but significant upgrades are required imminently.

Guernsey Electricity’s long-term strategy is for an energy system that supports renewables and reduces the reliance on fossil fuels to use the power station for emergency generation only. See for yourself the challenging road ahead. 

How should we meet increased demand?
Guernsey's Electricity Strategy

In September 2023 The States of Guernsey agreed the Electricity Strategy. This detailed document covers the period up to 2050 and sets out a high-level strategic plan of how Guernsey could meet the anticipated increase in demand for electricity. 

Guernsey Electricity's role remains the same in keeping the lights on, our homes warm, and maintaining modern Island life today, and well into the future. 

We must prepare to action the agreed pathway direction as soon as possible in order to maintain our Island's grid and build a robust network to support the needs of customers today, and well into the future.