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SSE responds to UK Government's CCS announcement
SSE has welcomed news that the Scottish Cluster and Viking have been selected as the next CCS clusters to be developed in the UK.
Scotland's First Minister visits SSE Thermal’s Peterhead Power Station
The First Minister has called on the Scottish Cluster to be given the go-ahead as soon as possible during a visit to SSE Thermal’s Peterhead Power Station.
SSE Thermal secures 10-year contracts for two new low-carbon power stations in Ireland
SSE Thermal has provisionally secured 10-year capacity agreements for its two proposed new-build power stations in Ireland which would run on sustainable biofuel.
SSE Thermal outlines its vision for the UK’s net zero transition
SSE Thermal is calling on government to turbocharge the delivery of low-carbon technologies to help deliver a net zero power system by 2035.
SSE Thermal is charting a path for low-carbon flexible generation in Ireland
SSE Thermal is exploring options to develop two new low-carbon power stations in Ireland which would help to protect security of supply and provide flexible backup to renewable generation.
Temporary Emergency Generation project at Tarbert
SSE Thermal is currently engaged in discussions regarding a potential Temporary Emergency Generation development at its Tarbert site in County Kerry, after a request from the Irish Authorities to support security of supply at the site.
2023 will define the UK’s decarbonisation success… or failure
We may be only early into the new year, but time is already running short. For the UK to deliver on its net zero ambition, the next 12 months can either pave the way for crucial final investment decisions to be made in 2024 or result in that capital moving elsewhere.
Catherine Raw appointed to SSE Executive Committee
SSE has announced that Catherine Raw, Managing Director of SSE Thermal, will join its Group Executive Committee, effective from January 2023.
Landmark CCS project in Humber becomes UK’s first to gain planning consent
SSE Thermal and Equinor’s Keadby 3 Carbon Capture Power Station in the Humber has become the first power CCS project in the UK to receive planning permission.
Increased CCS can decarbonise GB electricity faster on route to net zero
Building more power carbon capture and storage plants (Power CCS) could significantly accelerate the UK’s plans to decarbonise the GB electricity system on route to net zero, according to new analysis commissioned by SSE.