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We are responsible for around 130,000km of power cables, distributing electricity to 3.5 million homes, offices and businesses in the north of Scotland and central, southern England.
We are committed to offering our customers the very best standards of service. You can be sure that whenever you get in touch with us, you will be greeted in a friendly manner.
Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission plc is the licensed Transmission Owner in the north of Scotland. As a result of increased demand from developers to connect their generation to the transmission network we are investing over £1 billion to upgrade the network.
Our summer consultation is online. We invite you to comment on our plans.
This section includes documents and information ranging from charging statements to compliance and financial information.
Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution is committed to communication and engagement with customers and stakeholders who are affected by developments in electricity distribution and transmission.
Our goal is to keep the lights on 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week. But sometimes events outside our control, such as bad weather conditions, can mean that power is interrupted. When this happens, our first priority is to get the electricity back to normal as quickly as possible.
If your power goes off:
Power Track is available online and as an app for iPhones, iPads and Android phones and tablets. It gives you information about power cuts and outstanding faults in the network areas we manage in central southern England and the north of Scotland.
Power Track gives you the latest information about power cuts in our network regions,
For Android phones and tablets
For iPhones and iPads
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