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.
As the industry goes through a period of rapid transformation, Richard Hartshorn, SSEN’s EV Readiness Manager discusses the shift to decarbonise transport, and the vital role network operators must play on the road to a low carbon future.
Teams from SSEN's Inverness depot are holding a series of contractor safety events in the Highlands and Islands region to bring safety to the forefront of everyone’s mind in advance of the winter months.
SSEN's Managing Director, Colin Nicol, spoke at today's Utility Week Congress on 'delivering in the public interest'. Colin reflects on network operators' pivotal role in the transition to a decarbonised electricity system and low-carbon economy.