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Countdown to COP26

Proud to be announced as a Principal Partner of COP26

ScottishPower is revealed today as one of the first sponsors for COP26 in the run up to the international climate change summit in Glasgow – the home of the company’s HQ.


ScottishPower is one of the first Principal Partners who will support the delivery of a successful and ambitious COP next November.


Power firms unite to deliver underwater energy super-highway

Three of the UK’s largest energy firms have today confirmed they are developing ambitious plans to deliver an underwater super-highway that will see the North Sea become the hidden power house of Europe.

The electric super-highway will play a vital role in achieving net zero as all three power firms were confirmed today as major partners of the UN’s COP26 climate change event to be held in Glasgow in 2021.


Committed to tackling climate change

As Glasgow prepares to host what will arguably be the world’s most important climate change event, watch our CEO Keith Anderson talk through our commitment to helping the country get to net zero

Keith's blog

"One year to go"

By Keith Anderson, CEO, ScottishPower

There’s just one year to go until the eyes of the world are on Glasgow for the UN Climate Change Conference – more commonly known as COP26 – which will provide a major opportunity to promote Scotland’s role in contributing to a carbon-free world.

Read the full blog post...

COP26 updates

"Marching towards a new dawn"

By Sam Gardner, Head of Climate Change and Sustainability, ScottishPower

Scotland's growing reputation as a leader in the battle against climate change will receive a huge boost next year when the COP26 conference takes place in Glasgow.


An external perspective

"Working towards a Glasgow agreement"

By Councillor Susan Aitken, Leader of Glasgow City Council

In one year from now, Glasgow will host the United Nations Climate Change Conference, better known as COP26. An event of global scale and generational significance, our city will be the focus of the world’s efforts to address the climate emergency.




ScottishPower has a pathway to COP26 and we are looking forward to working with everyone that is committed to make COP26 the success it needs to be to tackle climate change.



Following our successful WWF Scotland event today, we have now launched our COP26 Climate Collaboration Challenge. Visit the website below to find out about future partnership workshops, be inspired by case studies, and submit your own collaboration project to the challenge.

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