SSEN completes £1m power supply upgrade on Isle of Wight

The programme of works will boost power supplies to more than 3,400 homes and businesses living and working in the area

SSE to expand its renewable energy output fivefold by 2030

The energy firm will raise its investment in low carbon infrastructure by 65%

Storm Malik and Corrie: Thousands of homes without power

Nearly 98,000 households lost power because of Storm Malik

‘Industry-first’: New £5m trial to decarbonise heat launched in Scotland

The project will explore how electricity networks can manage the expected increase in power demand by moving to electric heating solutions most efficiently and cost-effectively

SSEN increases Storm Arwen compensation payments

Customers can receive up to an additional £210 depending on how long they stayed without power

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

Ofgem consults on subsea grid links

The regulator seeks views about subsea electricity transmission links that will connect Scotland and England along the east coast

SSEN procures 348MW of flexible energy service contracts

That’s equivalent to the electricity needed to power around 91,000 homes

SSEN deploys drones to inspect electricity infrastructure

Its partnership with Cyberhawk sees the use of drones to visualise power infrastructure from the rural Cotswolds to the urban areas of West London, without intrusion or inconvenience to customers

New UK initiative to prepare for and support EV transition

The Skyline project is expected to help pinpoint where new electricity demand to charge EVs is coming from ‘with unprecedented accuracy’