SSEN preparing for net zero transition

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has published research that shows unprecedented growth in low carbon and digital technologies, demanding exponential growth in networks to support the net zero transition – including being ready for two million electric vehicles (EVs) by 2030, up from less than 100,000 today.

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SSEN calls for a fair and inclusive transition to electric vehicles

SSEN Distribution has published a report warning that some groups risk being unfairly excluded from the transition to electrified transport and calling for proactive measures to deliver an inclusive net zero.

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SSEN reports that by 2050 networks must be ready for nearly six million EVs

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution has published detailed reports setting out regional scenario forecasts for the adoption of low carbon technologies (LCTs) up to 2050. Decarbonisation of heat and transport will be essential to meet national net zero targets and forecasts of future demand will help ensure the electricity network is ready.

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Electricity networks collaborate to support decarbonisation of Scottish transport

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Distribution, SP Energy Networks and EV fleet and battery storage specialist Zenobē have joined forces to provide guidance on how fleet operators can switch to electric.

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EVs and Net Zero centre stage as energy networks launch draft business plans

With electricity demand set to double in the same time period as adoption of EVs, heating systems and industrial processes accelerates, energy networks will be a key enabler of this change and have now set out plans placing EVs and Net Zero transition at the heart of their proposals.

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New global smart grid partnership launched to unlock local solutions to climate change

Electricity distribution companies from the UK, Australia, Italy, and Japan have joined forces to revolutionise and support communities to engage with electricity grids of the future.

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