SSEN announces ground-breaking innovation project to inform the future of local energy systems
Leading network operator, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has joined together with key local and industry partners to launch Project LEO (Local Energy Oxfordshire), one of the most wide-ranging and holistic smart grid trials ever conducted in the UK...
SSEN announce plans to devise industry-leading methodology to support neutrality
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has announced it is working with consultants Frontier Economics to devise a method that supports its role as a neutral market facilitator of a smarter, low-carbon and flexible electricity network...
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.
SSEN Transmission has announced the completion of its 18-month project to erect a new overhead line between its existing substation at Knocknagael, near Inverness, and its new substation at Tomatin which is currently under construction.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) notes today's detailed update from Ofgem on the outcome of its sector specific consultation and will fully assess this next step in the price control process in the coming days.
A team from SSEN Transmission’s project team in Inverness recently took time away from their plans, tools and route maps to help local charity ‘Wild things!’ clear away the Giant Hogweed from Waterford Recycling Centre in Forres.
With recent statistics showing over 25,000 DIY-related injuries in England over a three-year period, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is encouraging its customers to take extra care around power cables when planning any improvements in their homes or gardens over the Bank Holiday...