Is SSE and SSEN the same company?

We are SSEN Transmission (the trading name for Scottish Hydro Electric Transmission) and are part of the SSE plc Group. We are responsible for the electricity transmission network in the north of Scotland, maintaining and investing in the high voltage 132kV, 220kV, 275kV and 400kV electricity transmission network.

What is Scottish Southern electricity networks?

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks transmits and distributes electricity to around 3.7 million businesses, offices, and homes through some 130,000 kilometres of overhead lines and underground cables. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks are regulated by the Office of Gas and Electricity Markets (Ofgem).

Are SSE and Scottish power the same company?

SSE plc (formerly Scottish and Southern Energy plc) is a multinational energy company headquartered in Perth, Scotland….SSE plc.

Type Public limited company
Subsidiaries SSE Thermal Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks SSE Renewables SSE Airtricity Multifuel Energy

How do I contact SSE Customer services UK?

Get in touch With our offices

  1. SSE Plc. Switchboard: 01738 456 000.
  2. SSEN. Power cuts: 105.
  3. SSE Renewables. General enquiries: 01738 456 000.
  4. Sales: 0345 070 2019. [email protected].
  5. Customer Services: 0345 601 9093.
  6. SSE Business Energy. Customer Services: 0345 725 2526.
  7. Safety, Health and Environment.

How many DNO regions are there in the UK?

There are 14 licensed DNOs owned by six different groups that cover specific geographically defined regions of Britain.

How do I check my DNO?

How to find out who your DNO is. You can find out who your distribution network operator is, and how to contact them, by entering your postcode on the Energy Networks Association’s postcode search tool.

How do I contact my DNO?

If you experience a power cut, you can either call your DNO directly using the numbers above or you can call the dedicated power cut line 105 and the telephone service will direct you straight to your DNO. Calling 105 is free and you can use it to report a power cut or find out information about an ongoing power cut.

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