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  • Contact us

    There are many ways you can contact the teams across our business. Visit the “Contact us” page to find information on all our contact numbers, email addresses and social media channels – we’re here to help.

  • Frequently asked questions

    Do you have a question? Our dedicated customer portal has a wealth of information related to all aspects of our business. Simply use our search function on our webpage and get the answers you need.

  • Works in your area

    Have you noticed we are carrying out work in your street or outside your home? We have an interactive map that can help you search for any works in your area and provide you details on when we are due to finish works and why we are in your area.

Who we are

Our electricity distribution and transmission networks carry electricity to over 3.8 million homes and businesses across the north of Scotland and also central southern England.

Our skilled teams are based right across the regions we serve, from the bustle of West London to the smallest villages in the Highlands and Islands of Scotland.  They are supported by engineering and customer service teams based in major offices and depots in centres like Reading, Portsmouth, Perth, and Inverness.
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Latest News

  • Latest news: Scotland

    £100m project to connect Shetland’s local electricity network gets green light

    SSEN Distribution’s new Grid Supply Point (GSP) at Gremista, which will see Shetland’s local electricity network connected to the main GB grid for the first time, has been granted planning permission by Shetland Islands Council.

  • Latest News: England

    £20,000 award helps to protect Oxfordshire retirement complex from flooding

    Residents of a retirement complex in Oxfordshire have strengthened their defences against flooding from a nearby river, thanks to nearly £20,000 of funding from Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks’ Resilient Communities Fund.