It’s Farm Safety Week and SP Energy Networks is sharing power safety tips with farm workers and the agricultural communities in Central and Southern Scotland, Merseyside, Cheshire, North Shropshire and North Wales to help them stay safe around the electricity network.
SP Energy Networks is offering a £5000 reward for information leading to the conviction of vandals who deliberately set fire to a substation in Burns Terrace, Cambuslang last night Monday 9th July just after 6.30pm.
After 12-months of extensive consultation, SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has submitted its draft Business Plan outlining the critical role that its transmission system in central and southern Scotland will play in achieving Government's net zero carbon targets and supporting its future networks vision.
A total of 21 Scottish projects have been awarded a share of £10million from the Green Economy Fund to help them pursue their green ambitions.
SP Energy Networks invests £5million to strengthen a key electricity network route in Renfrewshire
The number of electricity-related incidents among Scotland's agricultural community have more than doubled in the past two years, with 37 recorded in 2018 compared to 16 in 2016 - a worrying increase of 131%
A major £4m project to modernise a key part of the power network in Central Scotland has been completed by SP Energy Networks.
A major £6.5m project to modernise a key part of the power network in Southern Scotland is being undertaken by SP Energy Networks.
Our Head of DSO Graham Campbell, talks about how he sees the role of the traditional Distribution Network Operator (DNO) evolve into that of a DSO.
Engineers working on upgrading the power network in Dumfries & Galloway made an unusual discovery this week when what turned out to be a stash of 70 unexploded Home Guard phosphorous grenades were unearthed during routine improvement works.
Volunteers from across Scotland have been awarded for their dedication to supporting the local community.
For the first time, house building experts from across government, construction, utilities and manufacturing have come together to explore the infrastructure and technological innovation required to make Scotland’s homes greener and more efficient by 2045
SP Energy Networks is investing £3million to modernise and strengthen the resilience of key network routes throughout North Ayrshire.
SP Energy Networks will be powering up visitors to the Fife Show on Saturday 18 May by sharing tips for farmers and other agricultural workers on staying safe when working near live electricity.
Our Kilmarnock depot has gained the Keep Scotland Beautiful (KSB) gold accreditation in their National Award for Environmental Excellence.
SP Energy Networks has begun a major £20m project to improve the resilience of its coastal defences and modernise a key part of the power network in Central and Southern Scotland.
We are offering a £3000 reward after thieves targeted an electricity substation in Livingston, destroying its sidewall and trashing its switchgear and power apparatus.
SP Energy Networks is due to begin a £1.7 million major upgrade to a vital electricity substation in Fife.
Wallace High School claimed the 2019 SP Energy Networks Warriors Championship title on Saturday after a thrilling final against Eastwood High School.
Eastwood High School and Wallace High School are gearing up for the 2019 SP Energy Networks Warriors Championship final which takes place at Scotstoun this Saturday prior to Glasgow Warriors vs Edinburgh.