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Guernsey Gas is now Guernsey Energy

Guernsey Gas is now Guernsey Energy

Tuesday 31 May 2022

Guernsey Gas is now Guernsey Energy

Tuesday 31 May 2022

Guernsey Gas has been rebranded as Guernsey Energy in line with a change of direction for the business.

The company, which has been providing energy for the island for nearly 200 years, says it wants to shift its focus to providing customers with choice in energy management solutions and supporting Guernsey’s energy transition.

Jo Cox, CEO of Islands' Energy Group, which is Guernsey Energy's parent company, said that the company’s vision is to be “more than a gas company”. 

“The current energy crisis means that, more than ever, customers are seeking ways to use energy more efficiently, so we are investing locally to provide additional products and services to help islanders achieve this,” said Ms Cox.

“The new Guernsey Energy brand demonstrates our commitment to being a key part of the island’s net zero transition and, in the longer term, this means we will be diversifying our services and looking at alternatives to LPG gas, such as green hydrogen.” 

As well as rebranding, the company has launched smart home technology from leading brands Hive and Tado to give customers greater choice and control over their energy use. These devices will be available on an affordable subscription basis and installed by Guernsey Energy’s team of engineers.


Pictured: Islands Energy Group CEO, Jo Cox, said the company is "more than a gas company". 

New smart home technology is on display in the Guernsey Energy Centre by Admiral Park, where customers can benefit from a team of Energy Saving Trust-trained advisers, dedicated to providing impartial advice in all aspects of energy efficiency.

“We want to be Guernsey’s trusted partner in energy management. Changing our name and launching our smart home subscriptions is part of that,” said Ms Cox.

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