Jersey Electricity Building Services offers a wide range of design, installation and maintenance services for domestic and commercial customers.
From the installation of a radiator in your bedroom to a highly efficient ground source heat pump, we have a skilled team of engineers, electricians and plumbers offering high level customer care backed by 24/7 emergency support.
- Small works electrical services
- Heating systems
- Periodic test and inspection of electrical installations
- Portable appliance testing (PAT)
- Air conditioning / Heat Pumps
- Data centre / computer room cooling
- Commercial refrigeration
- Fire alarm systems
- Plumbing service and Maintenance
- Multi-fuel heating
- Amenity lighting
- Building facilities management
- Multi-service maintenance
- Preventative planned maintenance
Jendev specialises in the utility industry, with business solutions based on Microsoft® Dynamics NAV. The highly experienced team provides a wide range of quality services to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of corporate business systems.
Jendev's primary product is a multi-utility billing engine, fully integrated into Microsoft® Dynamics NAV, that supports any combination of electricity, gas, water, waste water and trade effluent together with other local government services such as refuse collection, periodic licenses etc.
- Business consultancy
- System design
- Helpdesk support
As well as developing a full range of business systems for Jersey Electricity plc, Jendev also includes among its client portfolio:
- Manx Electricity
- Yorkshire Water Services
- Isle of Man Water Authority
- Isle of Man Post
- Guernsey Water
- Isle of Man Government Rates Department
- Manx Telecom
Jersey Energy is a pan-Channel island Building Services company at the cutting edge of environmental design and energy related consultancy services.
Jersey Energy's multi-disciplinary team has over 175 years' experience in sustainable building projects ranging in size and complexity from domestic homes, commercial properties to large-scale specialised data centres.
Jersey Energy proactively collaborates with planners, architects, builders and developers in a design process that balances environmental and commercial considerations to deliver high performance buildings.
- Sustainable building services design
- Masterplanning and infrastructure concepts
- Energy use profiling, audits and certificates
- BREEAM assessments
- Business energy efficiency strategies
- Environmental and alternative energy design solutions
- Low energy design appraisals
- Integrated 3D imaging
- Infrared thermal imaging
- Feasibility studies, cost planning and budgeting
- Site survey and condition reports
- Service infrastructure pre-planning
- Building control and byelaws compliance checks
- Voltage power optimisation
- Power factor correction reviews
- Preparation of 'As Installed Drawings'
- Production of operating and maintenance manuals
- Production of building log books
- CAD draughting services
- Building service maintenance specifications
Channel Island Electricity Grid
Channel Islands Electricity Grid (CIEG) is the joint venture company set up in 1998 between Jersey Electricity and Guernsey Electricity to manage the business opportunities presented by the submarine cable interconnectors to Europe and between the Islands. The CIEG manages the bulk electricity supply contract from Europe and seeks to improve network reliability and optimise generation by encouraging greater co-operation between the two owning companies.
Until June 2012 two 90,000-Volt submarine cables supplied power from France to Jersey and on to Guernsey. The first cable was installed in 1984, was fluid filled for insulation and was capable of supplying up to 55MW of power. It came to the end of its useful life mid-2012. The second cable uses XLPE plastic for insulation and was commissioned in 2000, it can provide the islands with up to 90MW of power from Europe.
The supply originates in France at La Haye du Puits and comes ashore in Jersey at Archirondel. From Archirondel two underground cables distribute energy in bulk to island. The first cable supplies La Collette, via a major sub-station at South Hill which, en-route, also services a large substation at Rue des Pres. The second cable goes direct to a large substation at the top of Queen's Road (St Helier). The cable to Guernsey starts from Queen's Road and connects to a submarine cable at Greve de Lecq.
By 2010-11 the CIEG supplied some 95% (over 650,000MWh) of
Jersey's annual electricity power requirements and met the full
island load for almost nine months of the year. The demise of the
first cable will temporarily reduce this capacity during
2012-14. However, a ten-year £60million project to install a third interconnector will restore imports to their previous levels and increase capacity to meet future demand.
Jersey Deep Freeze
Jersey Deep Freeze Ltd. has been servicing and maintaining refrigeration equipment for local companies in the retail and leisure sectors since the 1950s.
The company remains a family affair, being run by one of the original founder's grandsons, Andrew Duquemin, a fully trained engineer.
Jersey Electricity took a controlling interest early in 1997 to maximise business opportunities and benefit from an established support structure.
Tel: 01534 768621