Glasgow supercharges net zero with electricity network upgrade

SP Energy Networks has completed the first phase of a £30m electricity network project

Government urged to commit to a solar target of 40GW by 2030

A trade body has highlighted the need to scale up homegrown solar energy to reduce energy bills

Storm Eunice: Engineers continue to fix damage to power network

While thousands of customers have been reconnected, the newly-named Storm Franklin is making conditions challenging for engineers

Homes to be paid for the disruption caused by the storm Arwen

A compensation of £150 per household will be offered to those that were off power for more than 48 hours

Storm Arwen battered one million homes and businesses

More than 65,000 homes and customers remained without power on Monday afternoon

EU backs renewables and power network upgrades in Romania with €120m loan

It will support the rollout of advanced metering and the integration of renewable energy generation such as solar and wind, supporting the green transition in Romania

Electricity North West unveils £2bn investment plan

It is seeking feedback on plans to increase its investment by 44% between 2023 and 2028 as it aims to reduce the number and duration of power cuts by 20%

SP Energy Networks to roll out ‘giant Meccano’ tech to keep lights on this winter

The Emergency Restoration System can be deployed at ‘a moment’s notice’ to support both overhead and underground lines, providing a far more rapid response system for engineers to use in the field than has been previously available

SSEN granted £9.5m for low carbon network resilience

The Resilience as a Service (RaaS) project seeks to avoid carbon intensive standby generation while supporting network reliability and resilience

Man injured after ‘electrical explosion’ on Oxford Street

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