We’ll be attending the Fife Show on Saturday 19 May to increase awareness among local farmers and those in the agricultural community of the dangers of working near live electricity and overhead power lines.
We will be attending the Ayr County Show on 12 May to increase awareness among local farmers and those in the agricultural industry of the dangers of working near live electricity and overhead power lines.
SP Energy Networks will deliver a £6.5 million investment plan to modernise the electrical network in Liverpool, extending from Lister Drive to Wavertree.
Our business has helped a number of young people in Rhyl, North East Wales find employment following our involvement in The Prince’s Seeing is Believing programme coordinated by Business in the Community (BITC) Cymru.
Cheshire's new state-of-the-art lifeskills centre 'Safety Central' has issued an appeal for volunteers to help its team of experts prevent people of all ages from coming to harm in the home, on the road and in the community.
An 11-year-old Cheshire school pupil has been crowned England’s PowerWise Champion by electricity firm SP Energy Networks after impressing the judges of a nationwide drawing competition.
A nine-year-old school girl from Rhyl has been awarded the title of RGC 1404’s Ultimate Superfan. Lucy Heaney, who attends Ysgol Dewi Sant was selected as the winner because of her unparalleled passion and excitement for the nation’s favourite game.
A 7-year-old school pupil from Dumfries has been crowned Scotland’s PowerWise Champion by electricity firm SP Energy Networks after impressing the judges of a nationwide drawing competition.
Conservation experts issued an urgent plea after a pine tree where the birds of prey have been nesting for more than 14 years in the Scottish Borders started showing signs of dangerous decay and potential collapse.
We are about to begin a two-year £5million project to improve electricity connectivity for over 7,000 homes and local businesses in Strathaven.
This week is British Science Week, a celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM). Across the UK, school pupils and the public will take part in hundreds of events to help them learn more about science.
We have recently commenced a six month £1.8million project to improve electricity connectivity between Blackness, South Queensferry, Kirknewton, including Newton Village and Abercorn.
Two workers from SP Energy Networks became lifesavers when they ferried a crash victim to hospital through whiteout conditions following a head-on collision in the Borders.
Two SP Energy Networks engineers stepped in to help an ambulance get to a patient in the heart of rural Wales as blizzard conditions caused massive snowdrifts.
A new £15m fund aimed at kick starting the way both transport and heating is powered in Scotland is today being unveiled by SP Energy Networks.
We have been offering the services of our fleet of 4x4 trucks and engineers to make sure NHS staff from midwives to surgeons get to their work across Central and southern Scotland.
Fiona Bruce MP and Town Mayor Samantha Moss joined colleagues from our business to officially open our new state-of-the-art depot in Middlewich. The modern facility will be central to delivering our 2015-2023 plans to invest up to £130 million across Mid Cheshire.
A specially-created rugby skills festival for disabled children and adults in North Wales hosted by top players has proved such a success that it could form the basis of a new training programme, organisers have said.
Rugby fans across North Wales are getting ready for the kick-off of the first ever Six Nations double-header to be hosted at Stadiwm Zip World (formerly known as Parc Eirias) in Colwyn Bay on Friday.
Four of our quick thinking colleagues raced to the aid of an elderly woman recently as she lay injured on the road following an accident.