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Project to Map Electric Streets Gets Go Ahead

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.


SPEN Awards Multi-million pound funding to projects accelera...

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.


SP Energy Networks: supporting our armed forces, as we remem...

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.


Supporting women in sport and industry

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.


£6 million Electricity Flexibility Project gets Ofgem green ...

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.


A league of their own: RGC rugby players earn a place on SP ...

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.


REME Visit

A team of 2nd year SPEN graduates got to experience a simulated combat training exercise first hand when they visited a specialist engineering unit of the Army Reserve last month.


SP Energy Networks kicks-off RIIO-T2 consultation

We recently launched a major public consultation to help plan the future of electricity transmission in Scotland. We want to know what our customers’ views are as we develop our five year investment plan which aims to ensure the security of electricity supply and meet government objectives to move to a low carbon economy.


Helicopter power line inspections programme

To ensure we continue providing a safe and reliable electricity supply, we will be undertaking Inspections of our 132kV, 275kV and 400kV overhead line network in Edinburgh and Lothian, Glasgow, Dumfries, Ayrshire, Central and Fife, Lanarkshire regions.


SP Energy Networks discovers that almost a quarter of brits ...

SP Energy Networks has unveiled new research into the dangers associated with DIY projects. We commissioned the research to launch our summer safety campaign, which encourages people to think about the dangers of electricity when doing DIY this summer.


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