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SSEN completes £9.7 million project providing Reading residents with a network fit for the future
A multi-million pound programme of works by SSEN to upgrade and underground a substantial section of Reading’s distribution network has been completed.
SSEN Distribution becomes the first electricity distribution network operator to set 1.5°C-aligned science-based targets
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has set ambitious targets to reduce its carbon emissions, demonstrating its climate leadership by being the first UK Distribution Network Operator to set science-based targets in line with a 1.5°C pathway.
Reflecting on another powerful performance
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Transmission have published their 2020/21 Annual Performance Report (APR), which presents an accessible and transparent summary of their business performance over the last 12 months.
Examining the road to net zero on World EV Day
To mark World EV today SSEN Distribution’s EV Readiness Manager Richard Hartshorn, highlights a few of the initiatives our Networks business is undertaking to accelerate a fair transition to a low-carbon transport system.
£28million project to replace Skye to Harris subsea cable complete
Teams from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution connected and energised the new cable this week before gradually returning the network to normal operation – reconnecting Lewis and Harris to the mainland electricity network.
Tackling TNUoS: recognition of a review is welcome, but what we need now is action
We submitted a response last week to Ofgem’s Access and Forward Looking Charges Significant Code Review (SCR) consultation, sharing our views on its proposals for transmission charging for small distributed generation (SDG).
It’s no longer hydrogen vs electricity – we need both to deliver net zero
Much has been said about hydrogen in recent months, but the publication of the UK Hydrogen Strategy leaves us in no doubt that it is a crucial tool for the UK energy system as it decarbonises.
CMA Provisional Findings
SSEN responds to CMA provisional determinations on RIIO-T2 appeal
Competition in onshore electricity networks
SSEN Transmission notes the publications by BEIS and Ofgem, consulting on Competition in Onshore Electricity Networks, which set out proposals to introduce competition in the design, development, ownership and ongoing maintenance and repair of Great Britain’s critical national electricity transmission infrastructure.
Skye reinforcement to keep the lights on and support transition to net zero emissions
SSEN Transmission has submitted an Initial Needs Case (INC) to Ofgem for the replacement of the Fort Augustus to Skye electricity transmission line.