Power safety advice reminder for agricultural workers completing the harvest. With the harvest underway across the UK, SP Energy Networks is urging farm workers and agricultural communities to stay safe around the electricity network.
We're supporting a new campaign that aims to reduce the number of fatalities amongst lorry drivers working in the construction and road haulage industries by encouraging them to "Look Out Look Up!"
A £7.5 million project between the public and private sectors has been established to deliver more electric vehicle charging points and ensure the infrastructure needed to support these is put in place.
We are delighted to announce the appointment of industry heavyweight John Howard as chair of our new RIIO-ED2 Customer Engagement Group (CEG).
Bo'ness-based digital company, Sanctus Media launched its revolutionary Android app, WattsUp, on the Google Play Store. The development and launch of the app, which helps drivers locate electric vehicle charge points across the UK, was made possible thanks to a £36,000 funding boost from the Green Economy Fund.
Our Green Economy Fund is supporting the South Ayrshire Community Transport by offering them almost £60,000 of funding to help the local community access to two low-carbon electric vehicles.
Our main operational goal is to keep the lights on for our customers. This is fundamentally a question of engineering: we work to make sure that there is sufficient network capacity to accommodate network power flows (i.e. demand and generation).
Our innovative Charge project will accelerate the deployment of public charging infrastructure by bringing together expertise from transport planning, the electricity network and charging solutions. We’re delighted to share a short video giving a little more insight into the project, the benefits it will bring to the network and more importantly to our customers.
We'll soon be launching the most advanced 3D digital modelling of the UK's electricity grid when we introduce Fugro's virtual technology, to reduce the risk of power cuts and prepare for the introduction of artificial technology across the network in the future.
At SP Energy Networks, innovation is about doing things differently to make them better. We’re continually developing new solutions and advanced ideas to deliver more for our customers - especially in the ever-evolving energy landscape we operate within.
Today we reveal major plans to help cities, towns and rural communities across the country achieve ‘net zero’ following the Scottish Government revealing the world’s most ambitious targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2045 and new UK Government legislation to achieve carbon neutral status by 2050.
SP Energy Networks is powering up residents, with important electricity safety information ahead of the summer holidays to help prevent injury or harm as families enjoy their time together outdoors.
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.