SP Energy Networks has completed the build of a new Primary Substation in Lanarkshire following a £6m investment to reinforce the ageing network in South West East Kilbride.
More than 11000 homes and businesses in Wishaw will benefit from a £340,000 electricity infrastructure upgrade by SP Energy Networks
SP Energy Networks is leading the way in customer service according to the results of the latest independent UK benchmarking survey.
The Scottish Government has today (12 March 2019) released its exciting vision for Scotland’s Electricity and Gas Networks in the future, which recognises the critical role
We have launched our first-ever PowerWise Month to raise awareness of power safety among families with kids and young people
The second edition of the SP Energy Networks’ Warriors Championship for schools was launched this afternoon at Whitelee Windfarm on the outskirts of Glasgow
Volunteers in Mid-Cheshire and on The Wirral are raising vital funds for St Luke’s Hospice, St John’s Hospice and Hospice of the Good Shepherd by volunteering to collect used Christmas trees.
SP Energy Networks apprentice Molly Kelly has been called up to play for the International Senior Women’s Rugby Team for Wales.
Frank Mitchell, CEO SP Energy Networks, and his team meet with The Planet First to recognise SPEN's commitment to business carbon footprint reduction
A trailblazing £8.5m project, which aims to accelerate the wide-scale adoption of electric vehicles and help meet ambitious climate change and air pollution targets in SP Energy Network’s Manweb area, has received the green light from Ofgem.
A globally ground-breaking £11.7 million project, which will look to prove whether distributed energy resources can restart the restoration of electricity supplies, has been given the go ahead by energy regulator Ofgem.
Scotland Women ran out in their new SP Energy Networks shirts for the first time at home last night - and came agonisingly close to drawing with Canada.
SP Energy Networks has officially submitted a planning application for their proposals to deliver an £18 million project to enhance the electricity network in North Shropshire.
THIRTEEN of Scotland’s most innovative low-carbon transport and heating projects, from electric buses to water-powered underground heat pumps, were today awarded multi-million pound funding from SP Energy Networks’ £20m Green Economy Fund.
When the mournful sound of the bugle playing the Last Post fade away, and the two minutes silence begins this Armistice Sunday, the 102 Battalion Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers of East Kilbride will stand to attention in memory of all those who fell in the Great War – and all wars since.
SP Energy Networks is proud to support women in industry and women in sport – that’s the message thousands of rugby fans will receive when the new international rugby season kicks off later this month.
THE vision of SP Energy Networks to deliver a better future, quicker for electricity consumers has been backed by industry regulator Ofgem which has given the green light for a £6m investment in an innovative project which could radically change how people use their electricity.
RGC rugby players Harri Evans and Molly Kelly kick off the academic year of SP Energy Networks’ apprenticeship programme on the playing field at Parc Erias. The pair applied to join the apprenticeship programme after taking an interest in the company which sponsors their rugby teams and maintains the electricity networks in the area.
The Esclusham Memorial Gardens in Rhostyllen have been illuminated for the first time thanks to SP Energy Networks, which has sponsored an electricity supply to power new lights for the Welsh and English Memorial Gardens.
As part of a major £7.5 million electricity network upgrade for Edinburgh, SP Energy Networks is to begin the second phase of work in the vicinity of Queensferry Road on Friday 12th October at 18.00 as planned.