We are pleased to have been able to provide funding to support Age Connects North East Wales deliver shopping and prescription medication to the doorsteps of hundreds of elderly people across Flintshire and Wrexham during the COVID-19 outbreak.
We are delighted to have been able to provide Glasgow's Golden Generation, a leading charity for the elderly, with £4000 to ensure older people in the city have access to the support they need during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Our engineers went the extra mile to ensure Bangor Hospital stayed connected during the coronavirus outbreak after a fault was detected in the electricity network.
We have enacted contingency plans to ensure 3.5million homes and businesses maintain their electricity supply throughout the coronavirus crisis.
As an electricity network operator, we understand that our services are crucial to the lives of millions of families, businesses and communities across our network areas. That’s why it’s so important we’re prepared for any eventuality.
We’re delighted to announce that we have partnered with CGI to assist in delivery of our Smart Data Integration Fabric (SDIF) project – a key enabler not only for our transition to Distribution System Operator, but crucially to help us support our communities and customers on the journey to net zero.
Eight diverse and highly-experienced industry experts have been appointed to our RIIO-ED2 Customer Engagement Group (CEG).
Almost 23,000 homes and businesses in the east end of Glasgow are set to benefit from a £4 million substation upgrade that will help to improve the reliability of the network and futureproof it for years to come.
SP Energy Networks call for retail and service partner. In our development of a Network Innovation Competition funding bid, we are calling for electricity retail and heat-as-a-service partners to support our heat innovation project.
SP Energy Networks has successfully completed a £7.5 million project to modernise key elements of the electricity network that serves over 80,000 homes and businesses across Warrington and the surrounding areas in Cheshire
Today, Teviot Electric Car Club (TECC) launches a brand new community car club in Hawick. Introducing two all-electric vehicles to the community, both the Nissan Leaf and BMW i3 are ready to go, giving the local community easy, affordable access to low-carbon electric vehicles for the first time.
Edinburgh's cycle hire scheme is adding 42 new hire points across the city after receiving a £500,000 cash injection from our Green Economy Fund.
Thousands of communities across the UK could play vital role in tackling climate change and benefit from new jobs and lower energy bills.
Investment will determine optimum EV charge point locations across the area and SP Energy Networks will work out the electricity network infrastructure required to support them.
We have launched trials of the world's only technology that can spot real-time levels of electrical surges in the network, by using two prototype monitors.
SP Energy Networks has announced plans for a £20million upgrade of Glasgow’s electricity network. To increase capacity and improve resilience, this modernisation work is planned in the Gorbals, Govanhill, Pollokshields, Tradeston, Cessnock, Kinning Park, Govan and Ibrox.
Welcoming the publication of Ofgem's Decarbonisation Programme today, Frank Mitchell, Chief Executive of SP Energy Networks, said: "We welcome this new approach from Ofgem as we know our communities care deeply about net zero".
Today, Community Transport Glasgow unveils Glasgow's first ever all-electric minibuses, fully funded by SP Energy Networks to support vulnerable, disadvantaged and elderly people across the city to access vital appointments and community activities.
A record 1,215 school children from across west, central and southern Scotland are warming up for the clash of the year as SP Energy Networks and Glasgow Warriors announce the launch of the 2020 SP Energy Networks Warriors Championship.
Today, First Glasgow will roll out two all-electric buses as it becomes the city's first commercial bus operator to introduce state-of-the-art fully-electric vehicles onto a commercial bus route since the 1960s, following full funding from electricity distributor SP Energy Networks.