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Vandals Slammed After Pellets Fired at Power Lines in Fife


SP Energy Networks has slammed dangerous vandals in the Lochgelly area of Fife who fired pellets at live overhead power lines. The reckless gang caused power cuts and inconvenience for thousands of residents, and their thoughtless actions could have caused house fires or damaged home appliances.

Give yourself the gift of lower energy bills this Christmas


With just days left until the nation celebrates the big day, energy company ScottishPower has revealed the best ways to reduce energy use and lower bills while celebrating on Christmas Day.

£100m Glasgow Power Investment Delivering Improvements


The first phase of a mammoth £100million investment project to upgrade the electricity supply in Glasgow by 2023 is well on track, according to SP Energy Networks (SPEN), the firm which owns and maintains the power network in Central and Southern Scotland.

Statement: CMA Evidence to BEIS Select Committee


Following the CMA’s evidence to BEIS Select Committee today (12th December), as part of the pre-legislative scrutiny of the draft domestic gas and electricity (tariff cap) Bill, Neil Clitheroe, CEO of Retail at ScottishPower, said:

ScottishPower to Boost Home Services Partnerships


As part of an accelerated expansion into energy services and connected homes, ScottishPower is announcing a tie-up with Domestic & General, a leading provider of appliance care in the UK. This will be the first of several new innovative partnerships in 2018 that will be central to the delivery of ScottishPower’s aim of driving innovation through new products and services to create smarter customer propositions and generate sustainable revenue streams.

Consultation Opens on Reinforcement to North Shropshire Elec...


SP Energy Networks has opened a public consultation today (23rd November) regarding their proposals for an £18 million reinforcement project to develop a new wooden pole overhead line between Oswestry and Wem – which seeks to support local growth and future development in North Shropshire. As part of the consultation, five public information days have been planned in early December in Wem, Whittington, Hordley, Cockshutt and Oswestry.

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