“We must not let our islands fall behind in their ambitions to help tackle climate change due to delayed planning decisions.”
Threat to Development of Renewables: Urgent Review of Transmission Charging Needed
“Nearly 30 years after it was established, we conclude that there is a strong case to urgently review the transmission charging regime “SSEN Transmission Paper
Replacement of Subsea Cable Completed
One of the two subsea cables which links Orkney to mainland Scotland, connecting up electricity distribution, has been successfully replaced by SSEN (Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks).
Scottish Government’s ‘Shambolic’ Renewables Policy: Rhoda Grant MSP
” “We are home to some of the best renewable energy in the world, yet where are the jobs? “Rhoda Grant MSP
Additional Capacity Available in Electricity Network for Orkney’s Renewables
New applications to SSEN for renewable generation and storage connection will be open for applications in Orkney from Wednesday 23 September.
‘Significant Progress’ on Replacing Subsea Cable
Over the coming weeks, various vessels will be carrying out operations in the Pentland Firth as part of this major cable installation project, including laying rock bags on sections of the cable and installing cable protection near the shore.
Universal Provision of EV Charge Points Needed to Support a Green Recovery
In Scotland it is estimated that there will be 1 million EVs by 2030
Work Begins Replacing Subsea Cable
Replacing one of the subsea cables which links Orkney to the Scottish Mainland is to begin. Two cables link Orkney’s electricity supply up to the National Grid.
Portable EV Charging Points Project Secures Funding
LEVEL, Local Electric Vehicle Energy Loop, is an 18-month project that begins in April 2020.
‘A Network For Net Zero’: SSEN Transmission Sets Forth Its Case
“At the end of 2018, 15% of the UK’s installed renewable generation capacity was located in the north of Scotland.”