SSEN Transmission teams are continuing to make good progress on the £70m project to upgrade the existing overhead network between Beauly and Keith, with the second phase of work now under way between Nairn and Elgin.
SSEN Transmission is hosting an event in Killin on 9 May to share its plans for the replacement and relocation of its two transformers at Lochay power station, and is encouraging anyone with an interest in the project to come along to the event to find out more about the planned works.
Staff from SSEN Transmission’s project team in Fort William, along with their main contractor Balfour Beatty, took time away from upgrading the local network to donate 80 Easter eggs to patients and families at Fort William Health Centre and members of the Lunch Club which is held at Caol Community Centre.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks is asking farmers to ‘Look out, Look up!’ as it launches its annual safety campaign to raise awareness of the possible dangers of working near overhead power lines and poles...
Teams from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks were crowned triple winners last night, picking up awards for Health and Safety, Stakeholder Engagement and Engineering Project Delivery at the inaugural Network Awards 2019 in Birmingham.
SSEN Transmission has today announced its Fort Augustus and New Deer substations will see the use of new, more environmentally-friendly gas-insulated equipment, demonstrating the company’s commitment to reducing the environmental impact of its activities.
SHE Transmission, the owner of the electricity transmission network for the north of Scotland and part of Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, has today published its initial views on the future of the north of Scotland transmission system.
Following the recent approval of reinforcements to the Fort Augustus substation by The Highland Council, SSEN Transmission is inviting local residents and businesses along to an information session next week to learn more about the forthcoming works.