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Following the restoration of power to all customers’ faults reported to us during Storm Arwen, we have moved our operational status in the north of Scotland down from Red Alert to Yellow Alert, and will remain on this status until we return the network to full operational health.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution today published plans to invest £4 billion and create over 850 jobs, with many more in the supply chain, as it submits its final RIIO-ED2 business plan to power communities to net zero.
SSEN Distribution’s upgrade to electricity supplies in the Ardnamurchan peninsula is progressing well, with the installation of three new power cables under Loch Linnhe, from Bunree to Ardgour, due to be completed early next year.
A project by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks to upgrade the overhead network supplying the villages of Lovedean and Hunston has been completed on time and to budget; boosting local power supplies ahead of the winter months...
Customers are encouraged to provide their views on the next stage of an innovative project that will improve energy system security on the Isle of Skye. Resilience as a Service (RaaS) is a Network Innovation Competition funded project which is exploring a low carbon solution to responding to faults and improving energy system security in the transition to net zero. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution is seeking community views on the project, to ensure the final design is beneficial for customers and replicable in other parts of the country.