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On the track of one of nature’s engineers

Biology students from Aberdeen University Conservation Society shared an afternoon with a member of SSEN’s environmental team to learn about one of Scotland’s most widespread but rarely seen protected species.
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SSEN release rare glimpse into hen harrier nest

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks has published images which provide a rare insight into the life of a young family of hen harriers nesting in close proximity to its overhead lines.
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Video: Watch the moment final transmission tower is toppled in Cairngorms

The final steel transmission tower to be removed from the Cairngorms National Park as part of the Beauly-Denny project has now been successfully toppled...
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Bee-ing responsible in Caithness

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) is working with the Bumblebee Conservation Trust to make its construction sites in Caithness more bee-friendly by restoring and creating habitat.
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SSEN proposes ten sites to receive Ofgem funding to reduce visual impact

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN) has published its 2016/17 Visual Impact of Scottish Transmission Assets (VISTA) review which recommends ten sites to be put forward for a £500m fund administered by the electricity and gas markets regulator, Ofgem, to mitigate the impact of existing electricity infrastructure on the visual amenity of nationally designated landscapes.
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