Providing online communities with the power they need
Lisa Doogan, SSEN's Director of Customer Relationship Management talks about the launch of SSEN's Facebook Community Groups as its social media team works to empower local community groups and arm them with relevant information for their area.
Powering support for those most vulnerable in Assynt
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is empowering the community of Assynt to build and enhance their resilience with an award of £16,250 to Community Care Assynt, to provide transport, a warm place and warm food for those most vulnerable in the community.
Oxfordshire Lowland Search and Rescue life-saving service boosted by SSEN funding
A new Incident Control Vehicle, partly financed by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks’ Resilient Communities Fund, is now helping Oxfordshire Lowland Search and Rescue to carry out vital work across central southern England...
SSEN seeks views on managed charging solutions to aid smooth EV transition
SSEN has launched a consultation on Managed Electric Vehicle Charging, seeking views on proposed solutions to help avoid potential overloads on local electricity networks caused by sharp increases in the use of electric vehicles.
The Royal Wedding at Windsor may now be over, but for some SSEN engineers it will remain an unforgettable experience, as our Regional Supply Restoration Manager for Thames Valley, Jason Black explains in his blog...
When Bembridge-based Andrew Sibley isn’t working on overhead power lines or underground electricity cables across the Isle of Wight, he can often be found out on the Solent helping to save lives and rescuing vessels and people who have come into difficulty, playing his part as a member of the local RNLI unit.