Understanding and responding to our customers' needs
Julie Walker, Social Obligations Manager at Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, talks about how the organisation has focused on getting to know its customers to ensure they are getting the support they need.
Farmers urged to ‘Look up, Look out’ and stay safe this summer
‘Look up, look out!” is the message to farmers from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, as it teams up with the National Farmers' Union to raise awareness in central southern England of the possible dangers of working near poles and overhead power lines...
Smart grid and energy storage on Shetland demonstrates the power of renewable energy
The five year long, £18m Shetland-based Northern Isles New Energy Solutions (NINES) project has demonstrated that an islanded electricity distribution system can operate securely with a high penetration of local renewable generation.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is inviting local community members to engagement events this month to discuss plans to reinforce and improve the electricity network that serves South Uist, Barra, Eriskay and Vatersay.
Shortly after completing his linesman training in 1987, Mark Jones helped to install new poles on the overhead network near Tongham. Now, 30 years later he is back where it all began, overseeing the removal of the very same poles...
A major section of the overhead lines that have connected Beauly to Dounreay for over 50 years have been replaced with newer, more efficient conductors by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN).
A £24 million project to reinforce the electricity supplies of householders and businesses in Bicester and the surrounding areas has reached a key milestone this month, with over half of the ducting works already carried out...