Scottish communities benefit from resilience funding
Local communities are benefiting from funding to help them become more resilient and prepare for winter storms. The SSEN Resilient Communities Fund is awarding over £187,000 to 36 groups across its network area in the north of Scotland.
New app reports power cuts with the touch of a button
Customers in the north of Scotland and central southern England can now report power cuts and network damage directly to Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, through the launch of a new and innovative app.
SSEN progresses managed charging solution to aid smooth EV transition
SSEN has published the response to its consultation on Managed Electric Vehicle Charging, highlighting proposed solutions to help ensure a smooth transition to electric vehicles (EVs) which avoids potential overloads on local electricity networks caused by sharp increases in the use of EVs.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is prepared for a period of high winds that may cause disruption to supplies across its central southern England electricity distribution network over the next 48 hours...
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks’ Inverness depot is supporting Blythswood Care’s Highland Foodbank. Following the launch of its new premises in Inverness at 1 Glebe Street in September, SSEN’s teams have been collecting to help tackle food poverty and hunger in local Highland communities.