All islanders, including our employees, are our customers. Supporting our community, whether that be educating students, supporting environmental projects or offering our expertise and skills is a key part of what we stand for.
It’s about doing the right thing.
of wildflower seeds sown boosting biodiversity
donated annually to local environmental initiatives
students supported at women in engineering day in 2021
students entered 2021's Ecochallenge
students in year 6 received a electrical safety handbook
Power station tours and visits to schools
Power to the People
Apply to our new community fund for funding or support for local projects, initiatives or charities that benefit the environment and local community. Twice a year, applications are welcomed for initiatives and projects that support our Environmental Sustainability Strategy pillars that support the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals.
Bailiwick Schools EcoChallenge
The EcoChallenge is open to all schools within the Bailiwick of Guernsey, challenging students to think of ideas to improve their school's sustainability.
If you would like to see how we create the electricity that you use at home, in school, at work and all around Guernsey, we'd be delighted to show you around!
The guided tour of Guernsey Electricity’s Power Station takes you from Electricity House, around the site to see our different generators and even through our underground tunnel.
- Visitors will be subject to a loud, warm environment and personal Protective Equipment will be provided (Ear plugs, a high visibility vest and a hard hat)
- Open or heeled footwear should not be worn
- The tour does include accessing stairs but we can accommodate wheelchair users
- The tour will last around 1 hour
If you would like more information or sign up for a tour please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Supporting our island is only achievable through the hard work and dedication of the people behind the scenes at Guernsey Electricity.
If you would like to play a critical role in developing the future of energy in Guernsey, have a look at the unique opportunities on our careers page and join us.
Our mission is to welcome everyone and create a fully inclusive workforce designed to support the journey to a more sustainable future.
1 February 2024
The Bad Habits costing you MoneyA winter electricity bill is likely to be landing on your doorstep or inbox soon. Because people tend to use more electricity over the winter months, this might the biggest of the year. But with some clever tweaks, you can unlock extra money to spend on unforgettable trips and days out with friends and family instead of your energy bill.
17 January 2024
What's going on at the Power Station?The maximum energy we can import through the subsea cable is 60MW, which means that generators at the Vale Power Station are routinely required to provide top-up generation to meet the additional demand during the winter months. And during the recent cold weather in January 2024, demand for electricity in Guernsey hit a record of high of 94.2MW.
4 January 2024
What on Earth is a Distribution Technician?We all know electricity gets generated, but how does it get to us? That’s a full-time job for many people here in Guernsey, and our distribution technicians are the rarely seen heroes who help make sure your lights stay on, devices get charged, and Guernsey keeps running.