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The green revolution
During the Industrial Revolution, the UK led the world in developing new technologies, as well as bringing jobs and prosperity to our shores...
More renewables call for greater investment in critical transmission infrastructure and an overhaul of the current distribution model.
Capturing the moment
Carbon capture and hydrogen technologies have huge potential to decarbonise flexible power generation and other hard to reach sectors.
Come rain, come shine
Pumped hydro storage technology allows the UK to make the most of its unpredictable weather.
Our road to COP26
With a global coronavirus vaccination response now under way, there are reasons to be positive about our ability to overcome the greatest health crisis in living memory. The economic and social costs will, however, continue to be felt for some time...
Scaling new global heights offshore
The world’s biggest maritime wind farm promises vast quantities of green energy – and an array of green jobs.
Delivering a subsea superhighway
SSEN Transmission welcomes Ofgem’s consultation on plans to build a subsea superhighway with transmission links connecting the Scottish and English east coasts.
SSE Thermal and Equinor join forces on Peterhead CCS Power Station project
SSE Thermal and Equinor have today unveiled plans to jointly develop a new low-carbon power station at Peterhead, which could become one of the UK’s first power stations equipped with carbon capture technology.
93% support TNUoS reform to deliver net zero
Based on analysis carried out by SSEN Transmission, 93% of its engaged stakeholders support reform of the current Transmission charging regime to support the UK’s legally binding net zero emissions target...
Innovation in action at the world's biggest offshore wind farm
Dogger Bank Wind Farm is breaking yet more records as the project announces a revolutionary platform design, unveiling the world’s first unmanned High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) offshore substation.