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Capacity contracts secured in T-4 auction in Ireland
SSE Thermal is pleased to confirm all its generation units that participated in the T-4 Capacity Auction in Ireland have provisionally secured contracts for the delivery year 2024/25.
Sale of Ferrybridge and Skelton Grange Multifuel completes
SSE has now completed the sale of its 50% share in energy-from-waste ventures Multifuel Energy Limited (MEL1) and Multifuel Energy 2 Limited (MEL2)
Response to updated Scottish Climate Change Plan
SSE Thermal's response to the Scottish Government's updated Climate Change Plan.
SSE Thermal joins the Hydrogen Taskforce
SSE Thermal has joined the Hydrogen Taskforce, a coalition of organisations promoting the role of hydrogen in the UK's energy mix.
Construction to begin at Slough Multifuel in early 2021
SSE Thermal and Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) have reached a significant milestone in the Slough Multifuel project, with energy-from-waste specialist Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) given ‘notice to proceed’ with the construction phase.
SSE Thermal seeking feedback on plans for UK’s first CCS power station at Keadby 3
SSE Thermal has today opened ‘stage two’ of its public consultation on its proposed Keadby 3 project in North Lincolnshire, which could become the UK’s first power station equipped with carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology by the mid-2020s.
SSE unveils Just Transition strategy
SSE has broken new ground to be the first company to publish a “Just Transition” plan, which will help to protect workers and communities as the UK moves towards net zero.
SSE’s Half-year Sustainability Statement
SSE has today published its Sustainability Statement for the six months to 30 September 2020.
SSE plc publishes Half-year Results
In its Half-year Results statement, SSE plc reported on strong operational performance and good strategic progress in the six months to 30 September 2020.
SSE announced as major partner for COP26
SSE has been confirmed as a major partner for COP26 as it gears up for a year of climate action ahead of the summit in Glasgow.