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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
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.
Utility Week recognise SSE’s customer excellence in the face of the pandemic
SSE scooped two Utility Week gongs last night – including a special award created specifically to mark excellence in the face of the pandemic.
Helping the next generation
Stuart Gunn kickstarted his SSE career as an apprentice in 1975, now he’s a commissioning manager with our SSEN Transmission business in Perth.
Crown Estate Round 4 Auction
SSE Renewables was unsuccessful in the highly competitive Round 4 of UK offshore wind seabed leasing auctions held by The Crown Estate.
Q3 2020/21 Trading Statement
This Trading Statement reiterates SSE's financial outlook for the 2020/21 financial year and sets out the Group's key strategic developments and operational performance in the quarter ended 31 December 2020.
SSE agrees sale of gas exploration and production assets
SSE plc has agreed to sell all of its interests in its portfolio of gas exploration and production (E&P) assets to Viaro Energy...
A year of keeping our people and customers safe, whilst delivering a pathway to a greener future
Despite a tumultuous year gripping the globe there have been positive developments in the industry to support a greener future.
Statement on UK Government’s Energy White Paper
Alistair Phillips-Davies, SSE Chief Executive, said: “Cost efficient renewables coupled with cutting edge carbon capture and storage technology and a robust and stable carbon price is the pathway to net zero and we welcome the Government’s focus on all three.
Setting a date for a net zero power system
Achieving net zero by 2050 will mean electrification of practically every area of our economy. From heating our homes to the cars we drive and the factories powering our industries – electrons will be king.