Investment in Scotland SP Energy Networks is investing to improve the electricity network in Central and Southern Scotland. Our investment in Scotland will secure supplies to homes and businesses and will help improve storm resilience. For more information about what we're doing, use the links in the pop-up menu at the top of this page, or from the list below. V Route Major Refurbishment Tralorg Wind Farm Connection Project South West Scotland Connections Project Dumfries & Galloway Kendoon to Tongland Strategic Reinforcement Substation Modernisation and Reinforcement Network Reinforcement and Modernisation Other projects Completed Projects How will we keep the community informed during the works? To ensure you are fully informed about the changes we’re making, we will: Deliver a leaflet to all homes in area Host public exhibitions with detailed display boards where necessary Send letters to customers directly impacted Inform Community Council meetings of our works Place posters in local public areas e.g. community halls, libraries Place articles in local press Keep in contact with local councillors and politicians Hold1:1 meetings, where required In addition, we will be continually updating this page throughout the project, uploading relevant documents, maps, presentations, details of future events and any important updates for the community. What to expect during our work? We will be working hard to minimise disruption when we are constructing or refurbishing the overhead power lines and we are committed to keeping you and your community fully informed and involved when our work and future plans may affect you. During our works, we may need to interrupt your supply for safety reasons. We fully appreciate the inconvenience that this will cause and would like to reassure you that every effort will be made to reduce any interruption to as short a time as possible. If we do need to interrupt your supply we will write to you giving the date and times we expect to switch the power off and on. We aim to give you at least 5 days’ notice to help you prepare for the interruption.