Manx Utilities have been helping support electricity utilities in Cumbria to restore much needed electricity supplies following the devastation caused by Storm Arwen following a call for help from the electricity consortium group (NEWSAC).
Manx Utilities have announced the addition of the first Electric Vehicle (EV) public rapid charging point as part of its ‘pay-for-use’ charging network due for installation on 29 September 2021.
Representatives of Manx Utilities met with the Commissioners of Garff and Peel this week to provide an update on the work that has been carried out to progress sewage treatment for the remaining Island catchments to complete the Regional Sewage Treatment Strategy.
Manx Utilities is progressing with the replacement of a 4km water main at a cost of £1.71 million as part of its investment strategy to upgrade water mains on the Island; and helping to preserve water supplies by eliminating leaks and bursts on its network.
The Island has experienced another dry period in June, as well as during spring, and Manx Utilities is asking the community to think about how they utilise their drinking water supplies in the warmer months of the year.
Manx Utilities have applied for a closure of the steps that link South Quay with Douglas Head Road to undertake essential repairs to a surface water drainage pipe for a period of four weeks, commencing 5 July 2021.
Manx Utilities has announced a second call for sites, this time in the Peel, St John’s and the Central Valley areas.
Manx Utilities has confirmed its electricity, water and sewerage charges that apply from 1 April 2021
Manx Utilities’ Sulby Hydro-electric station is celebrating a milestone of service to the Island. The renewable energy power station located in the Tholt-y-Will quarry has been helping the Isle of Man play its role in addressing climate change for 40 years.