SSEN extends the range of help available to its priority customers
Following stakeholder feedback, SSEN is extending the support it provides to those most vulnerable by expanding the eligibility of its Priority Services Register to include customers at increased risk of severe illness during the coronavirus pandemic.
Access to electric vehicle charge points should be ‘universal’
Government should work with industry to roll out the world’s most extensive electric vehicle (EV) charging network by 2025, to accelerate a green recovery and empower individuals to make the switch to EVs...
Stakeholders invited to play an active role in the flexible energy system
SSEN has identified 11 areas across the north of Scotland which will benefit from smarter solutions, and is calling on interested stakeholders to join its teams to discuss opportunities available to support the electricity network.
Hampshire residents supported to stay Home & Well through new cross-industry scheme
SSEN has brought together a unique set of organisations to launch Home & Well, a new scheme supporting residents in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight that enables them to return home after hospital treatment as quickly and easily as possible, and to stay well once back in their home environment.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is issuing a weather warning for its customers across central southern England, as adverse weather moves across the south of the country during this afternoon and into the evening...
The second month of the main summer season is now over and the weather map for July had a low pressure anomaly across Scandinavia, keeping northern Europe quite cool for the time of year. Can we expect to see an increase in temperatures during August?