Scottish communities benefit from resilience funding
Local communities are benefiting from funding to help them become more resilient and prepare for winter storms. The SSEN Resilient Communities Fund is awarding over £187,000 to 36 groups across its network area in the north of Scotland.
The “future energy scenario analysis” study undertaken by REGEN, commissioned by Scottish Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), has mapped out the potential impact on SSEN’s licence area of meeting the UK’s climate change commitments.
Following the recent approval of reinforcements to the Fort Augustus substation by The Highland Council, SSEN Transmission is inviting local residents and businesses along to an information session next week to learn more about the forthcoming works.