Community Consultation SP Energy Networks has an obligation to build necessary additional capacity into our network and refurbish, or replace, ageing and inefficient parts of the network to maintain a coordinated and economic system for electrical transmission and distribution. To view our ongoing Community Consultations, please select from the menu below: Please select...Kennoxhead Wind Farm Grid ConnectionNorth Lowther Energy Initiative Connection ProjectHunterston East 1 & 2Glenmuckloch pumped-storage hydro and wind farm connectionsTralorg Windfarm Connection ProjectDumfries & Galloway Kendoon to Tongland Strategic ReinforcementVIEW ProjectStranoch Windfarm Grid ConnectionCrystal Rig Substation ExtensionLorg & Longburn Wind Farms Grid ConnectionDalquhandy Wind Farm Grid ConnectionSandy Knowe Wind Farm ConnectionChirmorie Windfarm Connection ProjectErskine & Devol Moor: 132kV Overhead Line ReplacementMark Hill Substation ExtensionConsultation Archive We also have a legal requirement to offer customers connections on to the electrical network for developments such as windfarms. We do however attach great importance on the effect our works may have on the environment and aim to contain and reduce the impact of our activities. From the very early development of our works, we engage in environmental and technical consultations with a wide variety of stakeholders, such as landowners, occupiers, Local Authorities, SEPA/Environment Agency, SNH/Natural England/CCW, Historic Scotland/English Heritage/Cadw and other organisations. Our community consultations enable us to listen to the views of all interested parties prior to seeking formal consent. Indeed once consent has been granted, we continue our liaison keeping affected parties informed throughout our activities. By considering broad social and environmental issues in our daily decision-making, we are more likely to achieve our goals. Delivering through this approach ensures we bring benefits to customers, employees, communities and the environment.