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Company NameContact DetailsLicence ClassDate of GrantDate Withdrawn
Guernsey Electricity North Side
Vale
Guernsey
GY1 3AD

www.electricity.gg
Licence to provide electricity services in the Bailiwick of Guernsey (renewed).
Licence and Conditions

1 February 2012N/A


Application Forms

Document OUR02/16 sets out the procedures for applying for a licence to generate electricity in Guernsey. The document briefly describes the services that require a licence and provides reference to more detailed information documents to assist interested parties in considering whether they require a licence.

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Licence Fees


Annual Fee for Generation, Conveyance and Supply Licences
Guernsey Electricity Ltd currently has a monopoly on the conveyance and supply of electricity in Guernsey and holds licences for these activities as well as a licence to generate electricity. The licence fee payable by Guernsey Electricity Ltd for its three licences – to generate, convey and supply electricity in Guernsey – is £180,000 per annum. This fee is set until further notice as described in Document OUR 04/08

Application Fee for Generation Licences
The electricity generation sector in Guernsey is open to competitive entry. The application fee for an electricity generation licence is £10,000 and must be submitted along with an application form which is available in Document OUR 02/16. In the event of interest in entering the electricity generation market, CICRA will consider an appropriate level of annual fee to be paid by any new entrant.



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CICRA would like to thank VisitJersey, VisitGuernsey, The States of Alderney and Sark Tourism Committee for their kind permission, allowing CICRA to use images of the islands to illustrate our website. CICRA wishes to credit Gareth Hughes for his image of the Alderney Breakwater.