Much is rightly being made of the role renewable energy is going to have to play in the fight against climate change and the race to net zero….
Yesterday, the inauguration of world’s most powerful turbine, GE’s Haliade-X, was held in Rotterdam….
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) welcomes today’s decision by Ofgem to approve its proposal to secure Shetland’s future electricity needs by contributing towards the Shetland transmission link.
SSE Renewables welcomes Ofgem’s decision, announced yesterday, to approve the contribution by Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD) towards the capital cost of the new Shetland transmission link. This decision follows Ofgem’s consultation on SHEPD’s proposed contribution, published in May 2019.
Shovel-ready 29-turbine Yellow River project in Co. Offaly to enter construction in late 2020, supporting up to 80 jobs
The System Operators have now published the provisional results of the T-2 Capacity Auction in Ireland, with all units at SSE’s four power stations receiving capacity contracts for 2021/22.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) notes today’s publication by Ofgem of its decision on the future RIIO-ED2 framework and will now assess the detail of this early but important step in the price control process.
The one consistent message throughout the UK General Election campaign was the need to tackle climate change with urgency…
Continuing our series of SSE’s 2019 highlights…
As the year draws to a close, we’ve taken a look at some of energy industry and SSE’s highlights over 2019, as we delivered more of the low carbon infrastructure the UK and Ireland need for the future.