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SSE completes sell down of Dogger Bank A and B
Agreement closed to sell Dogger Bank A and B interest to Eni
Helping Ireland on the road to net zero
In normal times I'd find myself in Dublin at some point in the year as part our business operations. The trips provide a welcome opportunity to catch up with people there.
SSE Renewables partners with Acciona for Iberian offshore wind
SSE Renewables and Acciona S.A., a leading Spanish Renewable energy developer, owner and operator, have signed an exclusivity agreement regarding the formation of a 50/50 JV to enter the emerging Spanish and Portuguese offshore wind markets.
Investing in pumped storage could save up to £690m a year on pathway to net zero
A new study by independent researchers from Imperial College London has found that just 4.5GW of new long duration pumped hydro storage with 90GWh of storage could save up to £690m per year in energy system costs by 2050, as the UK transitions to a net-zero carbon emission system.
Renewables boom is good news for climate action
Last week’s seabed auctions laid bare how much the world has changed in just five years...
SSEN Transmission calls for reform of unfair and volatile charging regime
SSEN Transmission has published a discussion paper calling for views on the current Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS) charging regime
Pulling together to keep the power flowing
Since Thursday last week, the north of Scotland has been battered by high winds, freezing temperatures and significant snowfall. It’s in times like these that our well-established resilience plans are called into action, and over the last few days collaboration has been critical to keep the power flowing to the communities we serve.
What is COP26 and why is it important?
The global United Nations climate change summit COP26 will take place in Glasgow in November 2021.
Provisional results of T-4 capacity auction in Ireland
SSE is pleased to confirm all its generation units that participated in the T-4 Capacity Auction in Ireland have provisionally secured contracts for the delivery year 2024/25.
Green jobs supply chain boost for Scotland
The contract will support 141 skilled jobs at Highlands port including 48 new jobs to be recruited shortly