Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is urging communities in the north of Scotland to apply for grant-funding of up to £20,000 as it reopens its Resilient Communities Fund.
Seamab, the Kinross-shire charity which cares for and educates vulnerable children between the ages of five and thirteen, has had a more secure winter thanks to a generous grant from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks.
Craig Gilroy, Director of Customer Operations for SSEN in England reflects on Storm Doris and details what we do when a storm hits our network.
Current weather forecasts are predicting strong winds, with potential gusts in excess of 60mph, in the coastal areas of our southern distribution network area from this evening.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has returned to business as usual for its north of Scotland region following the impact of last night and this morning’s strong winds and heavy snow.