We are pleased to be able to help a charity improving the quality of life of people in Greater Glasgow and Angus suffering from mental health problems reach more people in need over the pandemic.
Community Transport Glasgow is supporting a number of causes across Greater Glasgow after adapting quickly to provide essential services to those in need during the coronavirus outbreak.
A group of our trainees are volunteering with Glasgow's Golden Generation, a leading charity for the elderly, to help the city's older people get the support they need during the COVID-19 outbreak.
As a consequence of the COVID-19 lockdown, there has been an unprecedented reduction in demand on the GB electricity network. As a result, NGESO (National Grid Electricity System Operator) have developed a new process for DG customers to contract with them to provide services to manage this situation.
Transport for Edinburgh’s Cycle Hire Scheme (Just Eat Cycles) is has announced the release of 100 free annual passes for NHS staff.
Vulnerable older people in the remote Ettrick and Yarrow Valleys in the Borders are receiving lifeline grocery supplies thanks to our support and local volunteers who are helping deliver to those in self-isolation during the coronavirus outbreak.
We’re encouraging parents to power up our 'PowerWise' educational resource to help support children’s learning from home during COVID-19. The online resource aims to raise awareness of power safety among families with kids and young people.
As an electricity network operator, we understand that our services are crucial to the lives of millions of families, businesses and communities across our network areas. That’s why it’s so important we’re prepared for any eventuality.
Hundreds of extra volunteers from the charity Food Train have been able to step up their services to deliver vital weekly food and grocery supplies to frail, disabled and vulnerable older people in self-isolation during the coronavirus outbreak.
We have undertaken a mammoth task over the last two weeks to ensure the safety, security and resilience of our power supplies to NHS and private hospitals, care homes and other healthcare facilities at the frontline of the fight against COVID-19.
As the nation navigates this pandemic, we couldn't be prouder of our people and all they’re doing to keep power flowing for the millions of people our services are vital for.
We are delighted to have been able to provide support to ensure Arfon Foodbank is kept stocked up with vital supplies of food, toiletries and cleaning products for up to 500 people a month in Caernarfon during the coronavirus crisis.
We are pleased to have been able to provide funding to support Age Connects North East Wales deliver shopping and prescription medication to the doorsteps of hundreds of elderly people across Flintshire and Wrexham during the COVID-19 outbreak.
We are delighted to have been able to provide Glasgow's Golden Generation, a leading charity for the elderly, with £4000 to ensure older people in the city have access to the support they need during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Our engineers went the extra mile to ensure Bangor Hospital stayed connected during the coronavirus outbreak after a fault was detected in the electricity network.
We have enacted contingency plans to ensure 3.5million homes and businesses maintain their electricity supply throughout the coronavirus crisis.
We’re delighted to announce that we have partnered with CGI to assist in delivery of our Smart Data Integration Fabric (SDIF) project – a key enabler not only for our transition to Distribution System Operator, but crucially to help us support our communities and customers on the journey to net zero.
Eight diverse and highly-experienced industry experts have been appointed to our RIIO-ED2 Customer Engagement Group (CEG).
Almost 23,000 homes and businesses in the east end of Glasgow are set to benefit from a £4 million substation upgrade that will help to improve the reliability of the network and futureproof it for years to come.
SP Energy Networks call for retail and service partner. In our development of a Network Innovation Competition funding bid, we are calling for electricity retail and heat-as-a-service partners to support our heat innovation project.