Functions and responsibilities
The Manx Utilities Authority (Manx Utilities) was created in April 2014 following the merger of the Isle of Man Water and Sewerage Authority and the Manx Electricity Authority.
We are a Statutory Board of the Isle of Man Government sponsored by the Department of Infrastructure.
Manx Utilities is a £100m turnover business, responsible for providing its customers with safe, reliable, efficient and economic supplies of electricity, natural gas and clean water; as well as processing waste water, and delivering flood risk management services. In addition to operating a successful energy trading enterprise, Manx Utilities has two subsidiary businesses specifically focussed on commercial telecommunications and subsea cable management.
Our policies and objectives are derived from the duties placed upon us by the various Acts of Tynwald. Copies of these Acts are available via http://legislation.gov.im/cms/en/legislation/current/by-title.htm.
Treasury audit act 2006
The Treasury Audit Act 2006
Manx Utilities Authority Accounts
I hereby give notice under Section 6(7) of the Audit Act 2006 that the auditor’s report on the Manx Utilities Authority for the year ended 31 March 2016 has been received. The accounts are available for inspection by appointment at our Headquarters, Ballacottier, Douglas, until 17th December 2016.
Philip E King
18 November 2016