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More renewables call for greater investment in critical transmission infrastructure and an overhaul of the current distribution model.
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.
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...
Shining a light on our people
When COP26 opens in Glasgow this November the UK will take centre stage in the fight against climate change. The world leaders who’ll descend on the city will take their places for a unique opportunity to work together in order to a avert climate disaster.
Recognising Earth Day 2021: Powering change by building back better
Rob McDonald, Managing Director of SSEN Transmission, writes on how the business is powering change by building back better. Today is Earth Day; first held on April 22nd 1970 as a national event to raise awareness of climate and environmental issues in the United States, it has grown substantially over the past 51 years to be a coordinated, multi-national campaign that is supported by over 1 billion people in more than 193 countries world-wide.
Communities encouraged to build resilience with powerful £480k fund
Our networks business (Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks) has today announced the launch of a £480,000 fund to build local resilience and protect vulnerable community members.
CMA CUSC Appeal Decision
Statement on the CMA’s decision on CUSC appeal Mod 317/327
SSEN Transmission issues new £500m green bond
SSEN Transmission has successfully issued its second green bond, a £500m, 7- and 15-year, dual tranche eurobond with £250m maturing in March 2028 and £250m in March 2036 at coupons of 1.50 per cent and 2.125 per cent respectively.
Subsea power cables bringing high speed broadband to island communities
A partnership between Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution and Shetland Islands Council will connect island communities with fibre optic broadband for the very first time.
SSEN Transmission appeals Ofgem’s RIIO-T2 licence modification decision to the CMA
SSEN Transmission, the owner of the electricity transmission network in the north of Scotland, can confirm that it intends to appeal certain elements of Ofgem’s RIIO-T2 price control settlement to the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).