For decades Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has been keeping the lights on in island communities across the north of Scotland. In order to keep those lights on, there is an ongoing programme to replace the submarine electricity cables that deliver the power to island communities as these cables reach the end of their operational life.
The final phase of transmission tower removal from the Cairngorms National Park is now under way, with work to dismantle the remaining section between Aviemore and Kingussie marked earlier today with the symbolic toppling of a tower against the spectacular backdrop of the Cairngorms Mountain Range.
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.
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...
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks continues to invest in improving the network on the Isle of Islay and invites the local community to an open evening to be held on Wednesday 29 March between 6.00pm and 7.00pm at Bowmore Community Hall.
As part of our ongoing commitment to providing the best quality service, we are investing over £2m to install new underground cables and other equipment in and around Petersfield town centre. This essential work will improve the reliability of supplies and minimise the risk of power cuts...
Apprentices and Trainee Engineers from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks attended DYW (Developing the Young Workforce) Moray’s Meet the Employer event today to promote apprenticeship and trainee engineer opportunities to local school pupils and the wider community.