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A brave, clean new world
Two years ago, Prince Charles travelled to Wick, on the Caithness coast, to launch low-carbon energy firm SSE’s Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm – a deep-water installation of 84 7MW turbines...
Green options for business
Carbon neutrality is only possible if firms of all sizes get in on the act. SSE’s evolving suite of products is moving green energy within reach for millions.
Cleaning up our cars is vital. The expansion of EV infrastructure promises to make charging hubs as commonplace as petrol stations once were.
A ticket to innovation
A groundbreaking trial explores the use of electric buses as mobile power plants, to store energy to feed back to the grid.
The decarbonisation of energy is moving on apace, but local electricity networks are also evolving to ensure net zero becomes a reality for customers.
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...