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29/12/2017

Vandals Slammed After Pellets Fired at Power Lines in Fife

SP Energy Networks has slammed dangerous vandals in the Lochgelly area who have been firing pellets at their overhead power lines. The reckless gang have caused power cuts and inconvenience for thousands of residents, but their thoughtless actions could have caused house fires or damaged home appliances.

12/12/2017

Scottish Green Energy Awards

For the third year in a row, SP Energy Networks have scooped an award at the Scottish Green Energy Awards.

28/11/2017

Consultation Opens on Reinforcement to North Shropshire Elec...

We opened a public consultation on November 23rd regarding our proposals for an £18 million reinforcement project to develop a new wooden pole overhead line between Oswestry and Wem – which seeks to support local growth and future development in North Shropshire.

02/11/2017

Residents urged to be winter ready

Over a quarter (26%) of people in the North West of England and Wales and almost one in five (17%) of people in Scotland admit they aren’t prepared for winter weather as colder conditions roll in.

01/11/2017

The power of Storm Ophelia

As business returns to usual following Storms Ophelia and Brian, we'd like to share with you how our response

11/10/2017

Network Reinforcement and Modernisation

Large sections of our network are located in areas at risk of severe weather. As with all our equipment, we carry out a comprehensive approach to asset condition monitoring and inspection.

10/10/2017

SPEN Volunteers Build New Literacy Shed for Criftins School

A group of volunteers, led by SP Energy Networks, worked tirelessly on Friday 6th October to construct a new ‘Literacy Shed’ at Criftins Primary School in Dudleston Heath. The shed will provide both the current and future school children with a unique space in their playground to gather and read stories.

08/09/2017

Dumyat Hill Path Restoration

SP Energy Networks is undertaking works to sensitively restore the existing Dumyat Hill and Cocksburn Reservoir Paths.  This project will employ established upland path techniques to create a naturally formed route allowing areas of erosion to organically regenerate.

 

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