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The 24th Annual General Meeting (AGM) of SSE plc will be held at the Perth Concert Hall, Mill Street, Perth, PH1 5HZ on Thursday, 25 July 2013 at 12 noon.Full details, together with guidance on how to vote electronically, are available using the link below.
SSE has today published its Annual Report and Accounts for the financial year ending 31 March 2013.Read the full report online.
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We don’t seek to maximise profitability in any one year but to maintain and develop a sustainable business that serves customers, employs people and pays dividends over the long term.
We are one of the UK's largest generators of electricity with over 13,000MW of generation capacity in total (UK and Ireland) from the most diverse portfolio of power stations.
We are one of the UK's largest generators of electricity with over 13,000MW of generation capacity in total (UK and Ireland) from the most diverse portfolio of power stations. We are the leading generator of electricity from renewables resources with a total generation capacity of 3,200MW.
SSE has the greatest diversity in fuels for generating electricity among UK generators.
SSE's annual report for the financial year ending 31 March 2013.
Our first commitment is to ensure energy supplies are safe and reliable. But we also provide real, practical support which we hope will bring lasting benefit to communities in a number of ways.
Clyde has the largest wind farm Community Investment Fund in Scotland which is expected to be worth around £22million (£875,000 a year for the lifetime of the wind farm).
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SSE broadly supports the position taken by the industry representative body, Scottish Renewables. There is no doubt that Scotland has a clear comparative advantage in renewable energy that amounts to a major European resource. We are blessed with this abundance of clean energy, and it is technically feasible to harness it not only to meet the equivalent of Scotland's entire electricity needs, but as part of a wider electricity system, to export significant volumes to other countries. Renewable energy is also providing opportunities for businesses and investors and the economic opportunity for Scotland should not be missed. The complex energy environment picture that we all have to work on should not become undermined or any debate overtly polarised, particularly given the broad cross party support for shifting Scotland towards a low carbon economy as rapidly as possible. Since devolution in 1999 significant progress has been made in delivering more renewable energy and the foundations of a low carbon economy in Scotland have been laid. Renewable energy output has increased significantly, there is strong climate change legislation and an emerging programme to deliver the country’s goal to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 42% by 2020. The primary challenge for all MSPs in the Parliament, will be to ensure that the policy framework leads to positive action: attracting the investment that will be necessary and delivering the jobs and skills for the future. SSE is Scotland’s leading renewable energy producer, developer and a major employer, with over 20,000 employees and over 10 million customers accounts across the UK. In the teeth of a recession, SSE has increased its workforce by 1500 in Scotland in the last two years, and is aiming to invest over £3bn in renewables and related infrastructure in Scotland in the five years between 2008 and 2013. I look forward to working with all political parties in the next term of parliament. Ian Marchant CEO