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.
Scottish communities encouraged to build resilience with £220k fund
As the country attempts to return to normal following prolonged severe weather conditions, communities in the north of Scotland are being urged to take advantage of a competitive fund designed to help them improve their community resilience before applications close on Tuesday 15 May.
SSEN’s funding boost for local communities in central southern England
Almost a quarter of a million pounds in funding is being distributed by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks to help communities in central southern England become more resilient in emergency situations and prepare for possible winter storms and flooding...
Residents and visitors to Woolhampton and the surrounding areas are benefitting from the community’s life-saving skills thanks to funding from their electricity distributor, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks...
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is helping residents in Kincardine and Mearns improve their mental health following an award of £14,274 to local mental health charity, Pillar Kincardine, through SSEN’s Resilient Communities Fund.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has awarded a contract to marine cable specialist, Global Marine Group, to install and commission a 10.8km electricity cable between Rousay and Westray in the Orkney Isles.