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  • Upcoming Events

    Upcoming Events

  • At Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks we are committed to making your feedback the central part of improving our business, ensuring we provide the network you require now and in the future. We hold regular events, engagements and workshops across a wide array of subjects, come along and have your say. 

    Our events calendar lets you see details of upcoming events we are hosting but also national and industry events we are attending. Where applicable you can register to attend an event and/or contact the event organizer to find out more information.

    Click on the calendar below to scroll through each month to see a list of events planned for that particular month. You can also use the ‘advanced search’ function to search on more specific search criteria.

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Connections surgeries provide the opportunity for a meeting with our Contract Managers, Designers and Project Managers, allowing interaction to discuss any connection or contract query you may have.
Start Date:
Wed 13 Jan 2021 10:00
End Date:
Wed 13 Jan 2021 16:00
Location:
Teams webinar
Region:
Web forums
Category:
Safety, Connections, Reliability, Environment, Innovation, Customer service
Details:
Are you working on a development and want to find out more about arranging an electricity connection?

Have you had a connection offer from us and want to discuss alternative options?

We'd like to invite you to book an appointment at one of our upcoming Connections Surgeries in your local area.

We have appointments available with our Connection Quoters, Designers and Contract Managers, who will be able to discuss any engineering and/or contractual queries that you have.

Where possible, please provide a brief description what you would like to discuss so that we can prepare for our meeting with you. If you wish for a specific member of staff to be available at the meeting, please let our team know in advance and we will arrange for you.
Organiser name:
Commercial contracts
Organiser email:
commercial.contracts@sse.com
Webinar to discuss Active Network Management (ANM) curtailment reports
Start Date:
Wed 13 Jan 2021 10:00
End Date:
Wed 13 Jan 2021 11:30
Location:
Webinar
Region:
Web forums
Category:
Safety, Connections, Reliability, Environment, Innovation, Customer service
Details:
We would like to consult with our stakeholders on the topic of ANM curtailment reports. We will be giving a short introduction and background and have a few questions for you to get your feedback and to help inform our decisions.

The main part of the session will be dedicated to opening the floor to stakeholders to ascertain how we should move forward with this.
Organiser name:
Debbie Watts
Organiser email:
debbie.watts@sse.com
Organiser phone:
07741 127752
SSEN are engaging with stakeholders to help prioritise investments and performance levels for customers who have multiple interruption to their power supply.
Start Date:
Wed 27 Jan 2021 09:30
End Date:
Wed 27 Jan 2021 11:00
Location:
webinar
Region:
Scotland
Category:
Reliability, Customer service
Details:
Some customers on our networks experience higher frequency of supply interruptions compared to the average customer.?? Scottish and Southern Electricity (SSEN) Distribution has specific schemes and funding to address the needs of these customers, referred to as Worst Served Customers (WSC), to improve the performance of their electricity supply.
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As part of the development of our RIIO-ED2 business plan that covers the period from 2023 to 2028, we are seeking the input of our stakeholders and consumers about our plans to improve the reliability of electricity supply to customers who receive the lower levels of supply reliability.

It is important that we take steps to improve the quality of supply for all customers. We believe our stakeholders should be directly involved in supporting us to prioritise these investments and the levels of performance we should be achieving over the RIIO-ED2 period.

Over the RIIO-ED2 period GB will be moving towards Net Zero and as a network business we will be doing our role in bringing all customers along on this journey. That means making sure all customers have access to a safe and reliable network, so that they can connect to low carbon technologies and continue to use the network as consumer behaviour changes.
Net Zero places additional emphasis on how we meet the needs of worst served customers.
We would like to invite you to get involved by providing your views to help shape our RIIO-ED2 strategy for Worst Served Customers on our networks. How should we prioritise investments to improve the services received by Worst Served Customers and what level of performance should we provide?

The purpose of the event is to gain direct stakeholder input on how to meet the needs of worst served customers in the RIIO-ED2 period.

This round table will take place on Teams platform, and the link will be sent nearer the event.
Organiser name:
Alison Dean
Organiser email:
alison.dean@sse.com
SSEN are engaging with stakeholders to help prioritise investments and performance levels for customers who have multiple interruption to their power supply
Start Date:
Wed 27 Jan 2021 14:00
End Date:
Wed 27 Jan 2021 15:30
Location:
webinar
Region:
England
Category:
Reliability, Customer service
Details:
Some customers on our networks experience higher frequency of supply interruptions compared to the average customer.?? Scottish and Southern Electricity (SSEN) Distribution has specific schemes and funding to address the needs of these customers, referred to as Worst Served Customers (WSC), to improve the performance of their electricity supply.

As part of the development of our RIIO-ED2 business plan that covers the period from 2023 to 2028, we are seeking the input of our stakeholders and consumers about our plans to improve the reliability of electricity supply to customers who receive the lower levels of supply reliability.

It is important that we take steps to improve the quality of supply for all customers. We believe our stakeholders should be directly involved in supporting us to prioritise these investments and the levels of performance we should be achieving over the RIIO-ED2 period.

Over the RIIO-ED2 period GB will be moving towards Net Zero and as a network business we will be doing our role in bringing all customers along on this journey. That means making sure all customers have access to a safe and reliable network, so that they can connect to low carbon technologies and continue to use the network as consumer behaviour changes.
Net Zero places additional emphasis on how we meet the needs of worst served customers.
We would like to invite you to get involved by providing your views to help shape our RIIO-ED2 strategy for Worst Served Customers on our networks. How should we prioritise investments to improve the services received by Worst Served Customers and what level of performance should we provide?

The purpose of the event is to gain direct stakeholder input on how to meet the needs of worst served customers in the RIIO-ED2 period.

This round table will take place on Teams platform, and the link will be sent nearer the event.
Organiser name:
Alison Dean
Organiser email:
alison.dean@sse.com