Biology students from Aberdeen University Conservation Society shared an afternoon with a member of SSEN’s environmental team to learn about one of Scotland’s most widespread but rarely seen protected species.
As the effect of Storm Caroline continues to track across the UK, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is preparing to respond to high winds predicted to impact on its southern network on Sunday 10 December...
Higher Physics students from Invergordon Academy were given the rare opportunity to tour a key transmission substation - that is supporting Scotland’s transition to a low carbon economy - prior to being energised.
SSEN is proposing to install a new 132kV overhead line from the existing Fort Augustus substation to the existing Dunvegan substation using double trident H wood poles. The reinforcement is required to enable the connection of renewable generation located in the north of Skye and will also improve the resilience of the local transmission network.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is hosting a further round of public consultation events on Orkney to provide an update on its proposed transmission connection to the main GB transmission system.