Ofgem to review 600 MW Shetland HVDC link plan
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Transmission (SSEN Transmission) has resubmitted its investment case for a new transmission link for Shetland to energy regulator Ofgem, in a similar proposal to the submission that was put on ice last October.
Almost 100 apprentices start work at SSE
SSE is putting its latest generation of energy workers at the forefront of tackling climate change with the appointment of almost 100 apprentices who started work this week.
Privatised networks deliver better customer service, report claims
Electricity networks are more efficient and deliver better service in private ownership, according to a global report by leading global economic consultancy NERA.
Customers overcharged by £24bn due to regulator error, Citizens Advice claims
Regulators have allowed water, energy, broadband and telephone networks to overcharge customers by £24.1 billion over the past 15 years, according to research carried out by Citizens Advice.
CMA rejects appeal on transmission charges
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has dismissed an appeal by SSE and EDF Energy against an Ofgem decision on the transmission charges levied on generators.
People & Skills
SSEN apprentices complete scheme
Fourteen Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) apprentices have graduated after successfully completing SSE's Power Networks Craftsperson Apprenticeship.
SSE warns network profits set to fall
SSE has predicted a drop in profits from its network operations due to the timing of investments and the partial sale of its stake in SGN.
Low carbon vision: insights from the NTVV innovation project
New Thames Valley Vision reveals how an intelligent approach to network monitoring can bring positive benefits to customers.