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This guide will be helpful for landlords with an existing Jersey electricity account if:

We also answer the following questions:

Current tenants are moving out

If your current tenants are moving out, you will need to complete the following paper forms

To complete the form, you'll need the following details:

  • Your personal details
  • Let property's address
  • Let property's main heating type
  • Date you will be taking over responsibility for the property from the current tenants

Please complete the form at least 48 working hours before you take over responsibility for the property.

Forms your tenants need to complete

If your tenants are moving to a new address in Jersey where they will be responsible for the electricity, they will need to complete the following form online or on paper.

Online
Change of Address Form

Paper
Application for a supply of electricity to domestic premises

If your tenants are moving to a Jersey address where they will not be responsible for the electricity, or are leaving Jersey, they will need to complete the following form online or on paper.

Online
Moving Out Form

Paper
Notice of Change of Tenancy form

New tenants are moving in

Before new tenants move in to your property, they will need to complete one of these forms:

Please note: as a landlord, you cannot make your new tenant responsible for the electricity supply. They must complete the relevant form.

If your new tenant does not take responsibility for the electricity supply, we may disconnect the electricity.

No tenants are currently living in your property

If no tenants are currently living in your rental property, you will be responsible for the electricity supply.

Save energy by switching off all appliances at the mains, including the fridge.

Although the electricity use at the property will be very low, you will still be responsible for paying the Daily Service Charge and for any electricity used.

Can I make my new tenant responsible for the supply?

As a landlord, you cannot make your new tenant responsible for the electricity supply. They must complete the relevant form.

Will you disconnect the supply?

Yes. We will eventually disconnect your supply if your tenant doesn't arrange to take responsibility.

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