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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.
New way of working keeps apprentice programme bubbling along
Colleagues in SSE’s networks business Scottish and Southern Electricity Network (SSEN) have been adapting ways of working to ensure apprentices stay on track with their training during the coronavirus 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.
Transmission investments key to meet net zero targets
Bless Kuri, Head of Transmission System Planning and Investment for our SSEN Transmission business has responded to the electricity system operator’s 2021 Network Options Assessment (NOA) report.
SSEN Distribution to proceed with replacement cable between Skye and Harris
(SSEN) Distribution has confirmed its decision to proceed with the replacement cable which runs from Skye to Harris
SSEN Transmission response to Ofgem Final Determinations of RIIO-T2 price control
SSEN Transmission notes today’s publication of Ofgem’s Final Determinations for the RIIO-T2 price control.
SSE’s Transmission business fights emissions with ‘greener grid’ technology
SSE’s transmission business (SSEN Transmission) and GE Renewable Energy’s Grid Solutions Business have unveiled cutting edge technology to cut gas emissions.
Power firms unite to deliver underwater energy super-highway
Three of the UK’s largest energy firms have today confirmed they are developing ambitious plans to deliver an underwater super-highway that will see the North Sea become the hidden power house of Europe.
Pentland Firth East cable replacement project complete
A £30million project to replace one of two submarine electricity distribution cables connecting Orkney to mainland Scotland is now complete.