We have started working on our next business plan which is to commence from 31 March 2021; we believe that this work will interest you as the majority of our investment and spend will be recovered through UK electricity bills or networks charges for developers. We are keen that you understand our early proposals and contribute towards the plan ahead of our submission to the electricity industry regulator, Ofgem, in autumn 2019. We are committed to providing information that will inform you in the business planning process and highlight where you can help shape our proposals for the future.
We held engagement events in February and May where stakeholders could share their thoughts on our future plans for Connections, Innovation and Whole Systems. The slide packs and feedback reports from these can now be downloaded below.
SSEN Transmission has published its "Emerging Thinking" paper; giving an overview of our emerging thinking as we further develop our RIIO-T2 business plan. To read the paper and share your views, please click on the link below:
Across all activities at every level of our business, we engage with stakeholders who have an interest, or are affected by what we do and how we do it. For information on our approach to stakeholder engagement please read our brochure below:
SSEN Transmission has launched a public consultation seeking stakeholder views and suggestions on the way it engages with connection customers during the development of offers and contracts for connection to our network.
Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) Transmission business has launched a public consultation seeking stakeholder views and suggestions on the way it engages with it engages with communities during the development of its projects.
Aileen McLeod, Head of Networks Development, provides her view on the potential future energy scenarios which may affect the requirements of our customers, communities and stakeholders.
As part of our preparation for the next price control, RIIO-T2, we have been undertaking in depth analysis of what our future network may look like from 2021 onwards. Please click the image to watch Imran Mohammed's video update
Colin Nicol, Managing Director of Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, provides his thoughts in response to Ofgems RIIO framework announcment.
Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission plc (SHE Transmission) has this week published its first RIIO-T2 stakeholder newsletter, covering our progress as we work to develop a business plan for the next price control period, from 2021 onwards.
We are preparing a business plan that will ensure our business will deliver a smart, sustainable network for the future. Please watch the video update to learn the latest news about our preparations for RIIO-T2.
Every successful, efficient and responsible business creates and works to a business plan to meet its objectives, and deliver for customers - and SSEN is no different.
We are proud to have developed and operated the electricity network in the north of Scotland throughout our 70 year history. We work 24 hours a day to ensure our network is secure, reliable and available.
We need your input to help us develop our future business plan. Your feedback will be essential to help us test our assumptions and decisions ahead of submitting the plan to Ofgem.