Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has entered into a partnership with Williams Advanced Engineering to design a functional specification for the first live overhead line inspection robot to be used on SSEN’s high voltage electricity networks.
Customers in the north of Scotland and central southern England can now report power cuts and network damage directly to Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, through the launch of a new and innovative app.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has hosted a public consultation event at Pitlochry Visitor Centre, where stakeholders and members of the public were able to learn more about plans to reduce the visual impact of SSEN’s older transmission infrastructure in the Loch Tummel area.
SSEN has launched a consultation on Managed Electric Vehicle Charging, seeking views on proposed solutions to help avoid potential overloads on local electricity networks caused by sharp increases in the use of electric vehicles.
140 new composite poles which will connect the Dorenell Wind Farm to Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks’ (SSEN) Blackhillock Substation, near Keith, have now been successfully installed with the help of a specialist helicopter from the USA.