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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 own over 13,000 megawatts of electricity generation capacity, distribute electricity to 3.5 million homes and workplaces and supply electricity, gas and other services to over 10 million customers.
Our core purpose is to provide the energy people need in a reliable and sustainable way; and our strategy is to deliver sustained real growth in the dividend.
We provide services from street lighting maintenance to gas storage and telecoms networks, all designed to help customers from large local authorities to householders meet their energy and utility needs.
We supply electricity and gas to over 10 million homes and businesses throughout Great Britain and Ireland.
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 owns and operates a diverse range of energy businesses. As a result, we don't operate in a single market, but are a major participant in a number of energy markets in the UK and Ireland, including:
In addition, we own and operate regional energy networks in Great Britain which are described by the regulator, Ofgem, as ‘natural monopolies’ because there is no realistic means of introducing competition. In this sector, Ofgem aims to protect customers’ interests by economic regulation of network companies through a ‘price control’.While these businesses are diverse, they are geographically focused on the UK and Ireland and they all have a part to play in the achievement of our core purpose: to provide the energy people need in a reliable and sustainable way.We also own a telecoms network business, providing capacity and bandwidth services to large organisations and other communication providers. This isn’t subject to economic regulation.