Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is supporting International Women in Engineering Day. Watch the video to see Heather Bain and Shirley Robertson talk about their careers in the industry so far.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), operating under licence as Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD), can confirm it has now completed the tender evaluation process to secure the future of Shetland’s electricity supply.
Electrical safety has been at the heart of the learning experience this year for pupils from Milne’s Primary School in Fochabers, Moray. The children welcomed SSEN to the classroom and took to pen and paper to thank the team for their visit.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is investing £730,000 to upgrade the electricity network in Pollacher on the Isle of South Uist by replacing an existing transformer on the island that supplies power to the local community.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has restored electricity supply to more than 20,000 customers since yesterday afternoon as heavy rain and winds gusts of over 50mph impacted the electricity network in central southern England...
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.