Removal of electric light poles from the Ronez point to St Peter Island Railway

Reference: B/A/W31/8/19

Date: April 1st 1942 - April 1st 1942

Construction of splinter-proof sandbag walls at the Jersey Electricity works, and splinter-proof walls at the substations at West Park and First Tower.

Reference: B/A/W31/8/27

Date: October 1st 1942 - September 30th 1943

Reading of Electric Meters

Reference: B/A/W31/8/35

Date: January 1st 1943 - January 1st 1943

Monthly and quarterly returns from the Jersey Electricity Co to Field Command 515, from Jan 1943 - Jan 1945. Includes; Supply of electricity to; forces, O.T., Civil population, and their own consumption and losses.

Reference: B/A/W31/8/42

Date: December 31st 1942 - December 31st 1944

Supply of Electricity for essential services

Reference: B/A/W31/8/64

Date: July 31st 1944 - August 31st 1944

Economies in the supply of electricity; in the civil sector, amusement arcades and the steam plants.

Reference: B/A/W31/8/65

Date: July 31st 1944 - August 31st 1944

Reductions in telephone connections - central and sub-exchanges as a result of the failure of the electricity supply.

Reference: B/A/W31/8/73

Date: December 1st 1944 - December 31st 1944

Use of Messrs. Huelin's sawdust plant for the civil population after the cessation of the Jersey Electricity Co.s supply of electricity.

Reference: B/A/W31/8/74

Date: December 1st 1944 - December 1st 1944

Emergency supplies of electricity; Plan for the civil sector Requisitioning of plants for the forces at the Queen's Road and Albert Pier Electricity Stations

Reference: B/A/W31/8/77

Date: January 1st 1945 - January 1st 1945

Prosecution of Mr Tredan, Medola, Mont Cochon for interfering with an overhead cable belonging to the Jersey Electricity Co.

Reference: B/A/W50/139

Date: February 26th 1944 - February 26th 1944

Damage to a Jersey Electricity Company cable at St Aubin to be classed as war damage

Reference: B/A/W64/1/12

Date: July 26th 1943 - July 26th 1943

Claim from Mr Pitcher for a horse killed by low hanging electrical wire - classed as war damages by the German Authorities

Reference: B/A/W64/1/17

Date: September 25th 1944 - September 25th 1944

Consumption of coal by the electric current used by the civil population

Reference: B/A/W72/30

Date: December 19th 1944 - December 19th 1944

Correspondence file concerning Hunter's Electricity Bill and the Jersey Electricity Company Limited

Reference: B/D/A/J3/1

Date: July 30th 1927 - May 2nd 1989

Correspondence file concerning Electrical Interconnection with France

Reference: B/D/A/J3/2

Date: December 15th 1980 - December 28th 1988

Official correspondence with index. Subjects include: Auditor's reports; report on the budget and the militia; inventory of the archives; report on buildings to the west of the Public Library; electricity cables; butter marketing; petition concerning the Empire Settlement; report on the General Hospital; Florence Boot Trust; report of Jersey Gas Light Company; Jersey Electric Power and Traction Company Ltd; report of Jersey New Waterworks Company; the Jersey Prison Board case; the slaughter of animals; portrait of Sir W H Venables Vernon by John St Helier Lander; Jersey Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; Jersey Roll of Honour

Reference: C/A5/17

Date: January 17th 1928 - December 11th 1931

Explanatory Note and Proposition in Connexion with the Installation of the Turbo-Generating Equipment for the New Incinerator at Bellozanne, presented by the Resources Recovery Board and lodged by Senator R J Shenton

Reference: C/A608/1978/P155

Date: December 19th 1978 - December 19th 1978

Draft Electricity (Amendment No. 3) (Jersey) Law, 198 , lodged by the Finance and Economics Committee

Reference: C/A610/1980/P29

Date: March 4th 1980 - March 4th 1980

Electrical Interconnection with France, lodged by the Finance and Economics Committee

Reference: C/A611/1981/P60

Date: May 26th 1981 - May 26th 1981

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