The rail sector is at a critical juncture in its history. Yes, in the short term rail watchers will be eagerly awaiting the results of the ongoing review into the HS2 project [or even Brexit!], but I believe the longer-term health of our industry will hinge on plugging a potential skills shortage.
News that the Treasury is making available a funding scheme worth £400m to bolster Britain’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure is extremely welcome and confirms legislators are serious about our low carbon future.
With world leaders meeting at the UN climate summit today, we’re at a turning point in the bid to tackle climate change.
SSE Renewables is delighted to announce it has today, 20 September 2019, been successful in the UK’s third Contract for Difference (CfD) Allocation Round and is set to be awarded 15-year contracts for low carbon power from offshore wind at record low strike prices.
I’m very proud that SSE Renewables has been successful in the UK’s third Contract for Difference (CfD) Allocation Round, announced today, and is being awarded 15-year contracts for major new offshore wind projects.
SSE plc has entered into an agreement to sell its SSE Energy Services business to OVO Energy Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of OVO Group Limited, at an enterprise value of £500m comprising £400m cash and £100m in loan notes.
SSE kickstarted the careers of almost 100 apprentices this week as the business recruits the next generation of energy workers to help tackle climate change.