SSEN use drones to observe electricity infrastructure

Its partnership with Cyberhawk sees the use of drones to visualise power infrastructure from the rural Cotswolds to the urban areas of West London, without intrusion or inconvenience to customers

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Highland communities get SSEN £1.2m investment

Highland communities get SSEN £1.2m investment: Electricity networks in the Highland region and a new substation have received a £1.2 million upgrade investment by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN). The six-month-long programme of works will benefit approximately 600 properties in the area through the complete replacement of the existing outdoor substation at Achintee. SSEN…
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EV’s must grow by 11,000% for net zero UK

EV’s must grow by 11,000% for net zero UK: There must be an increase of 11,000% in electric vehicle ownership if UK is to reach net zero. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) have undertaken research with sustainable energy experts Regen, which forecasts electric vehicle ownership will increase to five million from 44,000 in the…
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Off-grid Scottish homes heated by surplus wind energy

Off-grid Scottish homes: Scottish households could now be powered by surplus wind energy. The ‘4D Heat’ project by National Grid Electricity System Operator (ESO) and the Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is exploring the use of wind energy to generate electric heat in areas not connected to the gas grid. The project aims to…
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