SP Energy Networks implements new tech for electricity forecasting

Accurate predictions of power demand and generation are expected to result in increased awareness and reliability of the network

Smart meters: Ofgem approves SPEN’s plan to access household data

SPEN expects to make improvements in the operation of its networks and the services provided to customers through the use of smart meter data

SP Energy Networks trials new tech to manage faults in real time

The Real Time Fault Level Monitors are currently being trialled in substations across Chester, Liverpool and Warrington as part of a £140,000 project

Glasgow’s ‘first’ all-electric minibuses hit the road

The fives minibuses, funded by SP Energy Networks, will help Community Transport Glasgow to reduce carbon emissions by 33 tonnes

SP Energy Networks paves the way for waste plastic roads

The plastic will replace part of the bitumen – the sticky, black liquid that is traditionally used to make asphalt

SP Energy Networks turns to AI to forecast power demand and generation

The software will be used in the real-time management of the network and forward planning when assessing the impact of new connections across the system

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Scotland revs up £7.5m funding for EV infrastructure

The project is a partnership between the Scottish Government and network companies including SP Energy Networks and SSEN

Scotland’s businesses, local authorities and public bodies ‘must go green’

SP Energy Networks has revealed major plans to support a low carbon economy across the country and ensure it hits net-zero targets in the future

SP Energy Networks awards £10m for green projects

They include a community hydropower station, a micro heat network, electric bin lorries and e-bike hire schemes

Major £20m project to modernise power network in Fife

SP Energy Networks’ two-year project will involve the replacement of ageing equipment