Our people are our number one asset, and we have worked hard to ensure that they can safely continue to deliver our essential services and work from home where possible.
Our employees are keen to play their part in the national effort too, so we are supporting an employee volunteering scheme that allows staff to get involved in local and national initiatives both during and out-with normal working hours.
Our #spenheroes key worker Karen Watts has been utilising her time in addition to her normal role of answering 105 calls by sewing PPE to help protect our front line NHS against the virus. Karen continues to sew to provide crucial PPE to hospital staff in Arrowe Park, Wirral.
SP Energy Networks colleagues Nia Lowe and Sue Pilcher are among our #spenheroes sewing scrubs in their free time to be able to provide local hospitals with the resources they need. They are part of a group of sewers supporting Ellesmere Port and Countess of Chester Hospitals who have so far made 327 sets of scrubs, along with 1500 hats and headbands and 1500 bags. You can see more on their Facebook Group For The Love Of Scrubs – Our NHS Needs You.
Working hard behind the scenes to make sure we keep your power flowing to you every day
Meet some of our employees from across ScottishPower's businesses and hear about the work they are doing just now to keep essential energy supplies flowing and to provide support for customers during this difficult time.
A huge thank you to all the carers, key workers and NHS heroes
Employees across ScottishPower give messages of support and thanks to the NHS staff and key workers across the UK working tirelessly to keep us safe and the country running during COVID-19.
SP Energy Networks powering the NHS through COVID-19
SP Energy Networks staff have undertaken a mammoth task over the last two weeks to ensure the safety, security and resilience of our power supplies to NHS and private hospitals, care homes and other healthcare facilities at the frontline of the fight against COVID-19.
Going the extra mile to keep Bangor Hospital connected during COVID-19
Our engineers went the extra mile to ensure Bangor Hospital stayed connected during the coronavirus outbreak after a fault was detected in the electricity network.
ScottishPower Renewables Offshore Wind Team donate to local hospital
The offshore team in East Anglia do their bit to help the fight against COVID-19, donating crucial PPE supplies of coveralls, gloves and antibacterial hand wipes to local A&E hospital, The James Paget.
SP Energy Network's Coronavirus response in action
As the nation navigates this pandemic, we couldn’t be prouder of our SP Energy Networks staff and all they’re doing to keep power flowing for the millions of people our services are vital for.