Learn more about the electric technology and innovative products helping customers live more sustainably while adding potential value to a property.
Traditionally we've become used to burning fossil fuels such as oil, gas, coal and wood to keep us warm during the winter.
Now we can keep our houses warm with heating that produces no carbon emissions from our property and helps drive forward a demand for renewable energy.
Unlike petrol and diesel vehicles, electric powered transport does not produce any exhaust pipe emissions. In terms of local air quality, this is great news for our island.
A battery storage system is ideal for anyone with a solar PV system or those wanting to store low-rate electricity from the grid.
Adding a battery to your property allows you to enjoy more of the power you generate at times you need it most. You can store solar energy to use when it’s dark, or charge up your electric car on low-rate electricity.
It’s possible to generate your own electricity or heat from renewable sources of energy. With such a variety of different technologies available, each with their own distinct benefits and considerations, you might be wondering where to start. So, if you’re interested in installing renewables in your home, let us guide you through some of the basics.
Where our electricity comes from
More than 93% of our electricity is sourced from renewable sources in Europe. Prior to this, the power station was the island's only source of electricity operating 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
7 December 2023
GROW Ltd community solar powers local homesGuernsey Electricity and The Little Green Energy Company together deliver more local renewable energy to the community with GROW Ltd.
1 December 2023
Women in the Energy Transition - an Interview with Kelly TavenderWhat does helping keep Guernsey running and dinner with Queen Boudica have in common? Project manager Kelly Tavender tells us what it's like to be a woman in the sustainable energy transition.
19 November 2023
From EC to BI: Embracing a Diverse CareerMeet Nick Tidd, an ex-Elizabethan who once faced that timeless adult question around the summer holidays: “So, what do you want to do for a living?”