ScottishPower Renewables welcomed Labour’s Shadow Chancellor, Rachel Reeves MP, to the ‘beating heart’ of its offshore wind operations today (1 March) to hear first-hand about the difference its multi-billion green investment is making across the East of England.
£5.4bn worth of contract opportunities unveiled as it kickstarts its next phase of electricity network investment
ScottishPower parent company Iberdrola has reinforced its commitment to the UK setting out a £12bn investment plan for 2024-2028.
Energy policymaking over the last week has been a bit like a Euro 2024 qualifying campaign. Two late screamers of goals have helped clinch entry into the competition after what could be described as a ropy mid-way performance.
A new project to boost electric vehicle charging infrastructure across western Scotland is to be explored at a roadshow in Fort William later this month.
In just seven years’ time, Scotland has committed to reducing carbon emissions by 75% and more than doubling its renewable energy production.
Community benefits and improved energy security were on the agenda as ScottishPower Renewables hosted a visit to Coal Clough windfarm
New study with WWF & ScottishPower found a substantial gap emerging between what is on course to be delivered and what is needed to reach the UK Government’s desired energy reduction target of 15% by the end of the decade.
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At its heart, a just transition seeks to prevent harm and spread benefits fairly across communities and workers as society rapidly transitions out of high-carbon activities and into a green economy.
People really matter at ScottishPower. As the first integrated energy company in the UK to generate 100% green electricity, our plans for the future mean we need to retain and attract the best people there are to help realise our business vison.
New analysis shows low-carbon technologies could cut annual energy bills by almost £2,000 and carbon emissions by over 95%
The way we generate, distribute and consume energy matters like never before. Keeping household bills low as the cost of living crisis continues to hit hard.