Following a public consultation last year to garner views from the local community regarding the planned replacement of the existing submarine cable that connects Harris to Scalpay, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has amended its plans and is now proposing to place the replacement cable within the Scalpay Bridge.
Following an incident last month in Inverness, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is asking its customers and members of the its communities to report any damage they see to the electricity network and to stay safe around electrical equipment.
A flagship SSEN innovation project - which trialled and monitored various smart technologies and interventions across the Thames Valley region – has now concluded, with its findings being heralded as ‘key to informing the transition’ of the UK’s distribution network operators (DNOs) to a distribution system operator (DSO) role.
Is your household part of Generation X-Box, or are you a member of The School Run or perhaps you prefer to have Fun in the Sun?
SSEN has identified 10 different customer categories to understand electricity usage patterns and how the network could be managed to support them.
Through Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks' Resilient Communities Fund, the Community Council for Berkshire has been awarded over £1,600 to deliver defibrillator training in the Woolhampton and Beech Hill areas; funding that has enabled over 50 residents to be trained through the British Heart Foundation’s Heartstart courses...
Residents and business owners in Bicester and the surroundings areas are being encouraged to attend local community events so they can meet the Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks team behind a £24 million investment programme in their electricity network...