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Energy regulator Ofgem has received a Final Needs Case (FNC) for SSEN Transmission's proposed replacement of the existing Fort Augustus to Skye electricity transmission line, moving towards the final stages of the regulatory funding approvals process for the project. At an estimated cost of around &

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Tenants will benefit from cheaper bills, warmer homes and help the environment thanks to 150 new energy-efficient properties being built by Dumfries and Galloway Housing Partnership (DGHP).

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A new fund launched today by Ofgem will unlock greener ways to travel and to heat and power homes and businesses, by harnessing a new approach to energy network innovation. This will keep bills as low as possible, drive the UK towards its goal of net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, and help t

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Motorway service areas and key trunk road locations across the UK set to get the cabling required to install 1,800 new ultra-rapid charge points, tripling the current network, thanks to a £300 million investment from Ofgem. A further 1,750 charge points will be supported in towns and cities to

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A £22.3 million project to remove 31 transmission towers from Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park has been given the green light by Ofgem. The project, which is part of SSEN Transmission’s VISTA (Visual Impact of Scottish Transmission Assets) scheme, will see the remova

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Four contractors have been appointed by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) for the construction of a 600MW subsea electricity transmission link from Shetland to mainland Scotland.

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Ofgem has unveiled proposals for a five-year investment programme of around £25 billion to transform Britain's energy networks to deliver emissions-free green energy along with "world-class" service and reliability.  

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Revised proposals by Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) to build a 600MW subsea electricity transmission link from Shetland to mainland Scotland have been approved by Ofgem.

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Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks Transmission (SSEN Transmission) has resubmitted its investment case for the proposed transmission link to Shetland. Energy regulator Ofgem said revised proposals were welcome when it rejected £700 million plans for the 600MW subsea electricity transm

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