A project to underground electric cables in Oxfordshire over a decade ago has helped to boost the bird population of a nearby nature reserve.
The first section of a £3million investment project by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) to reinforce the electricity network in Dundee has been completed this week.
Following two recent incidents in the north of Scotland, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is urging people to play safe near power lines and electrical equipment.
Teams based at SSEN’s Portsmouth and Petersfield depots recently responded to an ‘emergency’ call of a very different kind, when the production team behind hit BBC TV programme DIY SOS contacted them to ask for an electricity meter to be moved.
The newly launched NKT purpose-built vessel has docked in Aberdeen Harbour in preparation for its maiden project to install two subsea power cables connecting Caithness to Moray.