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Our response to Storm Barra

With winds of up to 86mph in some areas, our engineers and field teams worked around the clock in challenging conditions to repair the damage to our network caused by Storm Barra.


Review of Storm Arwen performance with rural communities

Following the severe impact on the network caused by Storm Arwen, we are launching a comprehensive post storm review of network performance and the company’s operational response, with a particular focus on communication with customers and support provided to rural communities without power for extended periods.


Compensation for customers affected by Storm Arwen

Our teams worked tirelessly to restore power to the 200,000 customers impacted, often in challenging weather conditions, to connect 88% of customers in the first 24 hours following the storm and 96% within 48 hours. 


555MW of flexibility bids accepted in our latest tender

We have accepted 555MW of flexibility services following our spring round of tendering and will build on this success with a second flexibility tender this year in a bid to drive innovation forward in the industry.


No Net Zero without networks: A blog from Iain Divers, Head ...

Wanting change is a key step in our journey, but at SP Energy Networks we’re acutely aware that the real task has already begun – and that’s to take on our obligations to future generations and tackle the climate emergency by investing in our Net Zero future.


Innovative partnership delivers community energy project in ...

As Scotland’s first Green Regeneration Innovation District (GRID), the £6.1 million Clyde Gateway project will heat homes and businesses using the new system and will allow people to live and work in a greener and more resilient community


SP Energy Networks welcomes Welsh Government Net Zero Wales ...

We welcome the publication of the Welsh Government's Net Zero Wales Plan and stand ready to support its delivery. The strategy clearly sets out the areas of focus the Welsh Government see as priorities to reach its decarbonisation targets, including low carbon heating, new infrastructure investment, regional growth deal proposals and local area energy planning.


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