Ashley Mariner, a Jersey Electricity Engineer inspects a series of supply cables.
An aerial view of the solar array on the car ports at the powerhouse.

Providing affordable, secure and sustainable energy is our core objective. Our non-Energy businesses include Retail, IT advisory, Building Services, Environmental Engineering and Property.

Around 95% of the electricity we supply is imported from low carbon, hydro (34%) and nuclear (66%) sources in France through three undersea supply cables.

These cable links have given us the ability to virtually completely de-carbonise Jersey’s electricity supply. The remainder of our electricity comes from the Government-owned Energy from Waste Plant and since 2019 some on-Island solar PV generation. We maintain and test generation assets at La Collette Power Station and Queen’s Road in the unlikely event of disruption to imported supplies.

An introduction to Jersey Electricity

We're a vertically integrated power utility dealing in the importation, generation, transmission and distribution of electricity. We're listed on the London Stock Exchange and serve around 50,000 domestic and commercial customers.

Enablers for our vision

A low carbon future is within our power. And it’s projects like these that’ll help us create a sustainable island we can all be proud of.

Three members of the Normandie 1 project team watch as Stemat arrives in Jersey.

Normandie 1

Our third 100MW undersea cable to France installed in 2016 serves around a third of the Island’s total annual power consumption with low-carbon electricity.

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Excavators on the beach lift the Normandie 3 subsea cable into place.

Normandie 3

Installed in 2014, Normandie 3 is an undersea cable that significantly enhanced Jersey's supply security and helped us double our import capacity of low-carbon electricity.

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An image of the solar PV panels on top of the roof at La Collette power station.

Solar PV arrays

Learn more about our renewable solar projects and why we think solar suits our Island best.

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Neil Schofield installs Smart Meters

Smart Meter roll out

SmartSwitch is our £11m project to install the latest technology Smart Meters in every premise in the Island.

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An electric car charges at one of Jersey Electricity's electric car chargers in St Brelade's Bay.

Road to 100

'Road to 100' is our project to expand the Island's public Evolve EV charging network to 100 by the end of 2021.

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A Jersey Electricity worker walks past the St Helier West substation.

St Helier West Substation

Opened in December 2018, the St Helier West Substation secures electricity supply to 80 per cent of St Helier homes and businesses.

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A man and a women look at a rainbow while riding electric bicycles.

More about Jersey Electricity

We’re more than just an energy provider. We're part of the community we serve. Our dedicated people put customers first and we have a long history of doing things right.

Phil Austin inspects the solar pv array on top the roof of Woodside Farm.


Discover who runs Jersey Electricity strategically and meet the Senior Managers responsible for day-to-day activities.

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Smarter Living entrance

Our businesses

Jersey Electricity Group consists of several complementary businesses beyond energy supply. Find out what else we do.

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A historic photograph from the 1940s of the Queens Road powerstation extension project.


Founded in 1924, Jersey Electricity has grown to become a dynamic power utility providing clean, low-carbon electricity.

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Corporate Governance

Learn more about the roles and responsibilities of the Board and our Board Committees

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