Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Transmission welcomes today’s publication by Ofgem, in which the regulator makes clear its continued commitment to find a way forward to progress the Needs Cases for both the Shetland and Western Isles transmission links.
Staff from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks’ (SSEN) depot in Inverness have rallied round to help the community in Garve, who had become concerned about the safety of two large Scots Pines in the village.
SSEN Transmission is hosting pre-application public consultation events in Wick and Lerwick to share its proposals for the installation of a high voltage direct current (HVDC) link between Shetland and the Scottish mainland.
SSEN Transmission will start work on its £31.9m project to remove 12km of overhead line from the Cairngorms National Park on Monday 15 July, and has announced a revised series of temporary road closures which are essential for the safety of the local community and staff working on site.
SSEN Transmission has today launched its Lairg-Loch Buidhe Community Liaison Group and is encouraging anyone with an interest in the construction phase of the project to apply for a place on the group.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Transmission (SSEN Transmission) welcomes Ofgem’s decision to approve funding to remove 12km of overhead transmission lines from the Cairngorms National Park.
SSEN Transmission has announced the completion of its 18-month project to erect a new overhead line between its existing substation at Knocknagael, near Inverness, and its new substation at Tomatin which is currently under construction.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) notes today's detailed update from Ofgem on the outcome of its sector specific consultation and will fully assess this next step in the price control process in the coming days.