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Statement on CCC 6th Carbon Budget
We welcome today’s ambitious CCC 6th Carbon Budget which sets out clearly how a zero carbon electricity system can be the catalyst for the decarbonisation of the whole economy.
A pivotal week for climate action next year and beyond
The UK’s 2030 ambition set out by the Prime Minister is among the most ambitious in the world and we’re excited about working alongside government and other stakeholders to deliver it.
A real gem in hydro history
Rannoch power station, part of the Tummel Garry scheme has reached an incredible and rare milestone by generating power for 90 years.
SSE’s HY Sustainability Statement
SSE has today published its Sustainability Statement for the six months to 30 September 2020.
Irish Prime Minister welcomes Joint initiative as SSE Renewables and Echelon Data Centres Deal Supports 250 new jobs for Arklow
Shared grid infrastructure will jointly serve Arklow Bank 520MW offshore wind farm and 100MW data centre
SSE backs the workforce of tomorrow
We have demonstrated a commitment to Scotland’s workforce of the future as it backed the new £60 million Young Person’s Guarantee.
65 years on from the world tunnelling record
In Scotland during the Second World War it was estimated just one farm in six, and one croft in a hundred had mains electricity. Today, virtually every home and business in the country is connected to the grid
Powering Progress – Keadby 2 will generate over £1bn for UK economy
SSE Thermal’s Keadby 2 Power Station in North Lincolnshire, which is currently being constructed by Siemens Energy, will contribute over £1bn to the UK economy over its lifetime, according to a new report released today.
A Platinum Celebration for Sloy Power Station!
Sloy Power Station, on the banks of Loch Lomond was the first hydro scheme to be developed under the North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board and this week it celebrates 70 years of power generation!
Targeting full decarbonisation of cars and vans in UK corporate fleets by 2030
Businesses should be mandated to switch their petrol and diesel vehicle fleet to electric vehicles by 2030 in a bid to drive down transport carbon emissions.