Electricity price rises in Jersey will rise by 24 per cent next year.

The Jersey Electricity Company said that it had been forced to increase prices from 1 January because of soaring wholesale energy costs and a poor exchange rate with Europe. Jersey buys most of its electricity from France only a few miles from the island.

The announcement comes just weeks after the price of gas and coal in the island had both risen by 20 per cent.

Earlier this year JEC

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