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SHEPD Long Term Development Statement

The Long Term Development statements provide information for anyone connecting to our distribution system at extra high voltage (EHV) level (including HV busbar of primary substations). It is designed to help to identify and evaluate opportunities for entering into arrangements with us relating to use of system or connection. Our statements include the following: network data; the likely development of our distribution system; plans for modifying the distribution system; and identification of parts of the distribution system that are likely to reach capacity limit in the next years. A long term development statement is available for each of our distribution network areas in central southern England and northern Scotland. Each statement has two sections, a summary (Part 1) and a detailed section (Part 2) both of which are available for download below.

5 months ago
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SEPD Long Term Development Statement

The Long Term Development statements provide information for anyone connecting to our distribution system at extra high voltage (EHV) level (including HV busbar of primary substations). It is designed to help to identify and evaluate opportunities for entering into arrangements with us relating to use of system or connection. Our statements include the following: network data; the likely development of our distribution system; plans for modifying the distribution system; and identification of parts of the distribution system that are likely to reach capacity limit in the next years. A long term development statement is available for each of our distribution network areas in central southern England and northern Scotland. Each statement has two sections, a summary (Part 1) and a detailed section (Part 2) both of which are available for download below.

5 months ago
PowerBI

SSEN Secondary Transformer - Asset Capacity and Low Carbon Technology Growth

The load model is a machine learning product which estimates a half-hourly annual demand profile for each household based on a series of demographic, geographic and heating type factors. To enable us to estimate capacity on the electricity network while protecting individual customers data privacy by using modelled data. These views are then aggregated up the networks hierarchy based on the combinations of customers associated with each asset. This view is supplemented with the forward Distribution Future Energy Scenarios (DFES) which highlight the expected impact of low carbon technology on the network (LCT) such as heat-pumps or electricity vehicles. The view demonstrated here represents a sample iteration of our evolving network capacity & load model - highlighting estimated peak usage against asset rating.

4 months ago
CSV

SSEN Substation Data

Details of SSEN Substations, their type and identification and location coordinates for both SEPD and SHEPD licence areas. Derived from the Shapefile data and presented separately here for convenience.

4 months ago
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Distribution GIS Network Line and Shapefile Data

Shape file data containing our geographical position and attribution of the electricity network covering the SEPD and SHEPD DNO areas. A link is also provided for the Electric Office Web Portal for Independent Connections Providers (ICPs) to to view, query and print map based GIS Data, showing the location and associated data for circuits, cables and overhead lines across the Distribution Network at all voltage levels from EHV -> LV to assist in the planning of connections. Object information is drawn from EO to show selected asset details such as operating voltages. _These maps cannot be relied upon as they are indicative only and while we make every effort as to their accuracy, the position of any cables may have changed. In addition there may be private cables which are not shown on the plan. Before carrying out work of any kind within vicinity of any of the cables, you must carry out a search on Linesearch https://lsbud.co.uk/_

5 months ago