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Transport minister hails SSE partnership as it launches COP26 electric bus tour from London to Glasgow of net zero projects
Transport minister Trudy Harrison MP has signalled her support for a unique electric bus tour from London to Glasgow to celebrate low carbon energy and transport projects that are transforming our lives.
High gas prices mean Prime Minister’s 40GW offshore wind bet is already paying off
SSE recently worked with leading energy analysts LCP to outline the benefits of the 2030 40GW offshore wind target, which was agreed by government in 2019.
Greenpeace visit Beatrice to call for a Just Transition
Scotland’s largest operational offshore wind farm Beatrice hosted the iconic Greenpeace Rainbow Warrior yesterday.
Banking on the right solutions to invest in our net zero future
Getting to net zero requires serious investment. By committing to investing over £7.5bn in low carbon infrastructure over the five-year period to 2025, SSE is more than playing its part.
Financing a more sustainable future
Our CFO Gregor Alexander joined fellow finance directors from some of the biggest businesses in the UK to discuss the role of the finance community in driving climate action in the run up to COP26.
Inspiring the next generation of female engineers
Today is International Women in Engineering Day, here Eliane Algaard, Operations Director for SSEN's South Distribution Network, offers some advice to the female engineers of tomorrow.
New Award for climate entrepreneurs
A new SSE Net Zero Award has been launched to help inspire the next generate of entrepreneurs tackling the climate emergency.
Providing the solutions for people and the planet
As a business focused on delivering net zero, SSE is committed to being transparent on its sustainability impacts and progress.
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.