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£41 million of strategic investment to be delivered to accelerate green recovery
We've accelerated 12 programmes of strategic investment in the local electricity network to aid a green recovery and provide additional capacity for low-carbon projects that will help deliver net zero.
SSEN launches consultation to support a secure, cost-effective and fair transition to decarbonised heat
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has today published a consultation on its Heat Strategy and the principles it will embed to support a secure, cost-effective and fair transition to decarbonised heat.
Chris Burchell appointed as Managing Director of SSEN Distribution
SSE has appointed Chris Burchell as the new Managing Director for its electricity distribution business, SSEN Distribution. He will succeed Colin Nicol who, earlier this year, announced his intention to leave SSE in April 2021.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has released 37 new flexibility zones across its network areas to help support electricity system security and resilience in a cost-effective and efficient manner...
A major upgrade project at one of the main substations in Montrose is now complete, making the local electricity network serving 4,500 homes and businesses more robust, resilient and less susceptible to power cuts.
A £4.7 million programme of works by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) to strengthen and protect the power supply of a riverside Oxfordshire village has been completed to budget, despite a short delay to the original schedule due to the coronavirus pandemic...
A £711,000 upgrade project by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) to improve the strength and efficiency of power supplies to several villages across Dorset has been completed on time and to budget.
SSEN Distribution’s new transformer at Stockinish substation is not only bringing a more robust and resilient power supply to around 500 homes and businesses in South Harris, the £500k project is also ensuring the local electricity network is primed to support the local community’s journey to net zero.