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As farmers embark on a busy harvest season, SSEN Distribution is teaming up with the Scottish Association of Young Farmers Clubs to raise awareness of the serious, potentially fatal, consequences of striking an overhead power line when out in the fields.
SSEN Distribution’s South Caledonia region has been offering a glimpse into the work that goes on behind the scenes as its teams work hard to provide a safe, responsive and reliable electricity network.
SSEN Distribution, the company behind the overhead lines, underground cables and substations that power Orkney, has noticed an increase in the number of incidents where kites have come into contact with their equipment over the past 12 months.
A £250k project to upgrade Inverurie town centre’s electricity network will improve the reliability of supplies for around 1,800 properties and support the local community’s role in the wider drive to net zero.