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SP Energy Networks helping thermal energy company reduce hea...

Thermal energy storage firm Sunamp has been awarded over £396,000 from our Green Economy Fund to deliver innovative micro-district heating networks, which will reduce heating bills for fuel-poor and vulnerable people while also decreasing carbon emissions in Edinburgh.


COP26: Developing a truly sustainable network

With COP26 coming to Glasgow in November, companies from across Scotland, the UK - and the world - are positioning themselves as leaders in the fight against climate change. But how many can claim to be truly sustainable at the core


Essential upgrade works in Kelty

We are carrying out essential upgrade works to improve the electricity network in Kelty and the surrounding area at the beginning of October.


We're continuing to power Scotland Women rugby team

SP Energy Networks has supported the Scotland Women, Scotland U20 and Scotland U18 teams for the past three years. The partnership has gone from strength to strength, playing a vital role in the development of Scotland’s future talent and encouraging more girls and women to get involved in rugby and engineering. 


£18m North Shropshire reinforcement project enters next phas...

We are moving to the next phase of construction of our £18 million major reinforcement project in North Shropshire. To reduce the carbon footprint of both the construction process and the future operation of the electricity network, new environmentally friendly materials and features are being used.


We've awarded over £85K to two community organisations

The organisations WAT IF (Woolfords, Auchengray and Tarbrax Improvement Foundation) and the Auchengray Church Centre Trust, have received an award from Networks’ Green Economy Fund to significantly reduce carbon emission


Why we signed up to the Edinburgh Climate Compact

As the operator of the electricity networks in Central and Southern Scotland, we know that we have a leading role to play in the fight against climate change. That is why we are proud to have signed up to the Edinburgh Climate Compact.


Our work with Welsh Government on UK first integrated energy...

We are working with the Welsh Government and other energy network operators on a strategic approach to develop an integrated low carbon energy grid.  Delivering on Net Zero targets will require rapid transformation of our energy system to enable the decarbonisation of home heating, transport and industry.  We are at the heart of this work, along with our fellow energy network operators, responsible for connecting homes and buildings with electricity and gas. 


COP26: Adapting to a decarbonised future

"COP26 gives us all a point in time, to stop and reflect on what we do today, but also on what we will do tomorrow and into the future. We all need to adapt and enter this exciting chapter in energy with a conscience and a focus on the environment and our planet!"


Gardeners urged to stay safe following spike in electrical s...

The number of electrical safety incidents recorded in gardens has risen by over 80% in the past year according to new statistics from SP Energy Networks. The steep increase comes as many people spent significant periods at home over the last year and undertook DIY projects as they spend more time in their gardens.


Leading the way to Net Zero: SPM partnerships and innovation

We’re delighted that the UK is hosting COP26 United Nations Climate Change Conference in November. This will be the most important global climate change event since the Paris Agreement in 2015 and as a principal partner to COP26, it’s a great opportunity for us to showcase our electricity networks and the great work we are doing to tackle climate change and help deliver Net Zero.



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