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We are responsible for around 130,000km of power cables, distributing electricity to 3.7 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.
Take a look at SSEPD News, our new web portal with all the latest information and news on the business.
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 Director of Transmission talks about the first section of the Beauly-Denny 400kV power line being energised.
We want to keep our customers and stakeholders updated on how we run our transmission and distribution networks. We also want you to have your say on our business plans and any significant changes in the energy industry.
Explore these pages to find out more about our plans and the feedback we've had..
Complete our online feedback form and let us know your thoughts on how we performed following the damage to our network caused by the extreme weather in December 2013.
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.
We promise to achieve certain performance standards which are backed by a guarantee. They were established by the Electricity (Standards of Performance) Regulations 2005 and were extended in 2010 as noted below. All the licensed Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) in England, Wales and Scotland hold regional licences for the provision of electricity distribution services in specific areas. Working together the DNOs have produced several documents detailing the Guaranteed Standards of Performance and recent performance against them.