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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.
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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.
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Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD) is teaming up with the Aberdeen campus of Scottish Rural College (SRUC) to offer life-saving advice to young farmers as they embark on their new careers out in the field. SHEPD’s message to the students is “Look up and look out!”, as the consequences of farming equipment coming into contact with overhead power lines could potentially be fatal.
Scottish and Southern Energy Power Distribution (SSEPD) wants to hear from you if you live in central southern England or the north of Scotland - where we manage the networks that deliver electricity to homes and businesses.
Southern Electric Power Distribution (SEPD) engineers with a head for heights have just completed the refurbishment of a high-voltage pylon near Eling, helping to keep the lights on for hundreds of thousands of residents and businesses in Southampton.
The University of Strathclyde’s Power Networks Demonstration Centre (PNDC) was officially opened by Scotland’s First Minister today.
SHE Transmission welcomes the publication today of the Scottish Islands Renewable Report. The report highlights the challenge SHE Transmission faces in making a robust, economic case for funding the Scottish Island subsea links, including options for overcoming the considerable costs for renewables developers on the islands and achieving value for money for the consumer.
Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD) is inviting members of the public to come and see detailed proposals for a new power station that it has been developing to the north of Lerwick, near Rova Head. A public exhibition is being organised in the Auditorium at Shetland Museum and Archives on Tuesday 28 May from 3pm until 7:30pm to present the plans.
Engineers from Scottish Hydro Electric Power Distribution (SHEPD) are helping protect their furry friends from harm by installing a ‘squirrel guard’ to the overhead electricity network in Lentran near Nairn.
SHEPD engineers are nearing the final completion of the repairs to the electricity network in Kintyre and Arran following the storm which caused damage to the transmission towers in March. Although all electricity supplies were restored by 29 March, a significant amount of work has been done to rebuild the transmission network and replace steel towers affected in Kintyre, and to construct two temporary diesel generator power stations, one at Machrihanish, near Campbeltown and one in Brodick on Arran. These constructions are the largest of their type anywhere in the UK were completed within two weeks.
A Greyhound Rescue Centre in Fife received a helping hand from staff at SHE Transmission recently as part of the company’s Community at Heart scheme.
Electricity linesmen from Southern Electric Power Distribution (SEPD) have started a £350,000 project to refurbish components on the main electricity lines feeding the Isle of Wight.