Companies receive half a million calls from customers affected by storm

Five DNOs had a significant spike in the volume of calls while Storm Arwen was hitting the UK, Ofgem said

Storm Malik and Corrie: Thousands of homes without power

Nearly 98,000 households lost power because of Storm Malik

Poc-Mast tech to accelerate connection to grid for Wiltshire solar farm

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Distribution has installed its first Point of Connection Mast to a solar farm in Wiltshire

Heating homes with wind power could offer £26m in benefits for consumers

A new report notes up to 540GWh of wind power could be absorbed by domestic heating across off-gas grid Scotland in 2030, saving £24 million per year in wind constraint payments

SSEN boosts resilience of power supplies for Highland communities with £1.2m investment

Almost 600 properties will benefit from upgrades of the electricity networks, the construction of a new substation and an underground cable project

‘Electric vehicle ownership must increase by 11,000% for a net zero UK’

Electric vehicle ownership will increase from 44k to five million in the south of England and north of Scotland, according to a report

Ofgem approves SSEN proposal for Shetland-Scotland transmission link

The link would allow new wind farms on Shetland to export renewable electricity to the rest of the UK

Efficiency measures ‘could vastly reduce UK domestic consumption’

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks says along with price incentives and better consumer engagement, this could slash emissions and costs associated with energy

SSEN splashes £4.5m to protect island community’s power from floods

The money will be used to elevate the village of Osney Island’s substation above the high-water level

SSEN: More investment needed to hit climate goals and avoid a ‘stagnant economy’

The energy firm has set out a range of credible future energy scenarios for its transmission network in the north of Scotland