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New partnership with Acciona for Iberian offshore wind
Exclusivity agreement signed with leading Spanish renewable energy developer, owner and operator
Investing in pumped hydro storage could save up to £690m a year on pathway to net zero
A new study by independent researchers from Imperial College London has found that just 4.5GW of new long duration pumped hydro storage with 90GWh of storage could save up to £690m per year in energy system costs by 2050, as the UK transitions to a net-zero carbon emission system.
Pump it Up: The case for Pumped Hydro Storage
SSE Renewable's Director of Development Mike Seaton sets out why pumped hydro storage projects like Coire Glas have a huge role to play in the UK achieving its ambition of net zero carbon emissions by 2050.
Seal Rescue Ireland free virtual youth education programme launched
We have supported Ireland’s primary seal-welfare charity Seal Rescue Ireland to develop an exciting new free virtual education programme for young people.
SSE Renewables green lights Dogger Bank A and B
World's largest offshore wind financing secured for world’s largest offshore wind farm
Irish Prime Minister welcomes joint SSE Renewables and Echelon Data Centres substation deal
Shared grid infrastructure will jointly serve Arklow Bank 520MW offshore wind farm and 100MW data centre
At the cutting edge of sustainability: SSE Renewables becomes launch partner in UK wind turbine blade initiative
SSE Renewables has become a launch partner in a UK national initiative to make composite wind turbine blades more sustainable. Aptly named SusWIND, the National Composites Centre (NCC) is leading the project which aims to to increase the sustainability of existing blades and make new blades more recyclable.
BLOG: Removing barriers now to deliver Scotland's onshore wind opportunity
Scotland can unlock a green recovery from onshore wind development, creating and supporting new jobs, if we take steps now to remove the barriers facing the sector, writes our Head of Onshore Development Derek Hastings.
Lenalea gets green light in Ireland’s first RESS auction
The proposed 30.5MW Lenalea onshore wind project in Co. Donegal has received the green light for development after it provisionally won a contract for low carbon power in Ireland’s first competitive auction for onshore wind.
Ireland must deliver 1GW offshore by 2025 to meet 5GW by 2030
Ireland needs to install 1GW of offshore wind energy capacity by 2025 if it is to meet the new Irish government’s target of 5GW of installed offshore wind by 2030, SSE Renewables said today. Installing 1GW of new offshore wind farms in the Irish Sea by 2025 will deliver 2% of the Programme for Government’s average 7% annual reduction in carbon emissions.