Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), operating as Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission plc under licence, has submitted a Section 37 planning application to the Scottish Government to replace the overhead lines and steel towers that have delivered a safe and reliable supply of electricity to the Kintyre Peninsula for the last 60 years.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is currently carrying out essential emergency repairs to its underground low voltage network in Aberdeen. The works are taking place between the King’s Gate roundabout and the Queen’s Road roundabout on Anderson Drive.
Following a sharp increase in the number of incidents where customers have carried out ‘home-made’ alterations to their electricity supply or meter, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has today issued the warning “Don’t try this at home – it’s not worth the risk”.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has submitted marine licence applications to Marine Scotland to replace three subsea power cables connecting mainland Shetland to the islands of Yell and Unst.
The Royal Wedding at Windsor may now be over, but for some SSEN engineers it will remain an unforgettable experience, as our Regional Supply Restoration Manager for Thames Valley, Jason Black explains in his blog...