Tag: Jersey Electricity

Met Office plans for offshore wind project

Met Office plans for offshore wind project

| January 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Met Department wants to find out more about the wind around Jersey’s territorial waters to inform future planning for renewable energy. It is applying for permission to put a mast and weather monitoring equipment on outlying rocks three kilometres from the main island of the Écréhous and six kilometres from the main island of […]

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Electric Cars: The Future for Jersey?

| January 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Jersey Climate Action Network is pleased to announce that Kevin Sharpe of Zero Carbon World will be making a visit to Jersey later this month to give a public talk on ‘Electric Cars: The Future for Jersey?’. During his stay Mr. Sharpe will also be meeting interested organisations to discuss climate change, transport policy, […]

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CICRA finds that electricity prices in Jersey are broadly fair value

| December 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

Following concerns from consumers, CICRA (the Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities) has completed a review of the Jersey electricity market and found that Jersey prices compare favourably with those charged in Guernsey and the Isle of Man. The review considered whether prices in Jersey represented fair value for money, and evaluated the efficiency of […]

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JE boosts Durrell’s fleet of environmentally friendly electric vehicles

JE boosts Durrell’s fleet of environmentally friendly electric vehicles

| July 18, 2012 | 0 Comments

Jersey Electricity (JE) is generously sponsoring two new electric vehicles for use within Durrell’s Wildlife Park in Trinity. The ‘John Deere’ vehicles will be used by the rangers, keepers and landscape and maintenance team for heavy duty work. They will effectively double Durrell’s existing fleet of electric vehicles which already comprises two “Dodo-mobiles”, which are […]

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CICRA launches review of electricity supply in Jersey

| July 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

CICRA (the Channel Islands Competition and Regulatory Authorities) has launched a market study into the supply of electricity in Jersey. CICRA Chief Executive, Andrew Riseley, said the principal aim of the study was to identify whether Jersey electricity prices were fair and reasonable. “Electricity is an important component of weekly expenditure for Jersey households and […]

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Construction industry turn out in force for health and safety day

Construction industry turn out in force for health and safety day

| April 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Nearly 100 members of the construction sector turned out on Friday morning [27th April] to mark World Day for Health and Safety at Work. They were attending a special seminar organised by the Jersey Construction Council to learn about the latest thinking in Island health and safety issues for the industry. Aimed at anyone who […]

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Health and safety seminar for construction sector – 27th April

Health and safety seminar for construction sector – 27th April

| March 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

Members of the construction sector are being invited to learn about the latest thinking in health and safety at a free seminar on 27th April. The Jersey Construction Council is organising the breakfast event in conjunction with the Jersey Health and Safety at Work Inspectorate to coincide with World Health and Safety Day. Organised by […]

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Guernsey and Jersey Electricity combine to compete in London triathlon for Headway

Guernsey and Jersey Electricity combine to compete in London triathlon for Headway

| July 13, 2011 | 0 Comments

A team representing the Channel Islands Electricity Grid will be competing in the Virgin Active London Triathlon this summer to raise money for the charity Headway. Neil Mahy from Guernsey Electricity and John Duquemin and Andy Kemp from Jersey Electricity will form a relay team when they undertake the triathlon which consists of a 750m […]

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NATIONAL TRUST FOR JERSEY SECOND PLEDGE IS LAUNCHED – BEING BRIGHTER WITH ECO LIGHT BULBS

NATIONAL TRUST FOR JERSEY SECOND PLEDGE IS LAUNCHED – BEING BRIGHTER WITH ECO LIGHT BULBS

| February 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

In partnership with Jersey Electricity, the National Trust for Jersey is delighted to announce the launch of its second pledge as part of the Green House Project.  For the month of February the Trust has promised to install, wherever practical, energy saving light bulbs and eco-managers in all of its tenanted properties within the next […]

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JEC helps construction industry get to grips with new building energy laws

JEC helps construction industry get to grips with new building energy laws

| December 6, 2010 | 0 Comments

New properties in Jersey will be at least 20 per cent more energy efficient from next year when new Building Bye-Laws come into force. Architects and builders discovered just what the new bye-laws will mean in practice at a seminar hosted by Jersey Electricity this week. (Tues 1 Dec) Around 170 representatives from the construction […]

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