Residents in Sark have refused to 'excessive' electricity prices to the island's provider.
98 islanders signed an open letter to David Gordon Brown, Director of Sark Electricity Ltd, saying that they would pay 66p per unit, rather than the current charge of 85p per unit. They say any future bills would be adjusted accordingly.
It follows a public meeting of residents who aimed to find a solution to the issue of islanders paying the highest known rate per unit in the world.
The Sark Electricity User's Group said some declined to sign the letter because they felt their family may be put at risk if there was a future switch-off.
The price increase is partly down to the company trying to recover legal costs after a standoff with the Chief Pleas, when it was threatened that the island's power would be completely shut off.
David Gordon Brown has yet to make a public response to the letter.