11 rapid electric bus chargers have been installed at First Bus’ Caledonia Depot as part of a partnership with SP Energy Networks.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has officially launched the Charge Project’s ConnectMore Interactive Map.
The energy retail industry must be “ready to play its part” in supporting consumers in transitioning to new tech, a trial run by Warmworks Scotland has found.
SP Energy Networks is providing £13 million in funding to create additional capacity in areas of Glasgow it expects electricity demand to grow.
A strategic partnership between City of Edinburgh Council and SP Energy Networks has been formed as part of the former's new decarbonisation strategy.
Geoff Murphy, Charge Project lead at SP Energy Networks, details how more than incentives alone will be required to accelerate the uptake of electric vehicles with the sector currently being in a ‘chicken & egg’ situation.
A new report from Regen has detailed how changes to how electricity networks are paid for would have “far reaching” impacts – both positive and negative – on decarbonisation.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has procured 140MW of flexibility contracts in its latest tender, the first in which it has tendered for low voltage flexibility.
SP Energy Networks (SPEN) has made a £2.3 million investment into technology that creates 3D maps of electricity maps.