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SSE Plc Agrees Sale Of Stake In SGN For 1.225 Bln Pounds
SSE Plc Continues To Expect Capital Expenditure And Investment Will Total Around £2 Bln In 2021/22
SSE Says SSE And Equinor Developing Plans For Hydrogen Storage Facility In Yorkshire
SSE PLC is an energy company. The Company is engaged in the generation, transmission, distribution and supply of electricity, in the production, storage, distribution and supply of gas and in other energy services. Its segments include Electricity Transmission, Electricity Distribution, Gas Distribution, Renewables, Thermal Generation, Gas Storage, Business Energy, Airtricity, Enterprise and Energy Portfolio Management (EPM). It owns, maintains and invests in the electricity transmission network in the north of Scotland. It holds shares in Scotia Gas Networks, which operates two regulated gas distribution networks in Scotland and the South of England. It is also engaged in the generation of power from renewable sources, such as onshore and offshore windfarms and run of river and pumped storage hydro assets in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The Company engages in the storage of gas for the purpose of benefitting from market price fluctuations.
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British power producer and network operator SSE Plc said on Tuesday its year-to-date renewables output was about 5% below plan due to lower wind generation but it maintained its full-year earnings forecasts.
British renewable power generator and network operator SSE Plc said on Thursday it will stick with plans to invest 7.5 billion pounds ($9.4 billion) in low-carbon projects over the next five years, and also maintain its dividend schedule.
European shares rose for a second day on Wednesday as expectations of more U.S. stimulus and hopes the global economy can bounce back from an appalling April offset fears of further lockdowns after a new COVID-19 outbreak in China.
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British renewable power generator and network operator SSE Plc confirmed its full-year dividend and posted a better- than-expected annual pre-tax profit on Wednesday, but warned the coronavirus crisis would dent earnings for the current financial year.
London's FTSE 100 rose for a second straight day on Wednesday as investors remained optimistic about a post-coronavirus economic recovery, with energy firm SSE Plc jumping after posting an upbeat annual profit.
Britain's SSE Plc on Wednesday posted a better- than-expected annual pre-tax profit, but warned of a hit to its profit for current year due to lower demand for electricity and related services due to the coronavirus crisis.
Britain's second largest energy supplier, OVO Energy, plans to cut 2,600 jobs and close some offices in a restructuring as the coronavirius pandemic had changed the way it engaged with consumers, it said on Tuesday.
British energy supplier SSE Plc said its renewable energy output for the first nine months of the fiscal year was behind schedule, but maintained its earnings target for the year in a trading statement on Friday.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Thursday it was looking into whether OVO Energy's 500 million pound ($646.00 million) deal to buy power company SSE Plc's retail arm will lessen competition in the United Kingdom.
Relative newcomer OVO Energy is set to become one of Britain's Big Six energy suppliers after striking a 500 million pound ($622.65 million) deal to buy SSE's <SSE.L> retail arm, announced on Friday.
British energy provider SSE Plc said on Friday it had agreed to sell its SSE Energy Services business to OVO Energy Limited, a unit of OVO Group Limited, for an enterprise value of 500 million pounds ($617.6 million).
Power company SSE Plc on Thursday reported a 1.2% dip in customer accounts and stuck to its full-year targets despite seeing a dip in the volume of renewable energy delivered in its first quarter compared to previous expectations.
British energy supplier SSE Plc said on Thursday it plans to close its Fiddler's Ferry coal-fired plant in northwest England, as the UK focuses on green energy.
Energy supplier SSE Plc said on Wednesday annual earnings fell more than a third as it battled stiff competition and warned of an uncertain outlook due to the opposition Labour party's plans to nationalise Britain's energy networks.
British energy supplier SSE Plc on Wednesday missed analysts' expectations for annual profit and warned of another hit to results in 2019 as it battled stiff competition and rising costs.
Britain and Ireland's largest trade union Unite said energy company SSE Plc would cut 444 jobs in its retail sector covering smart meter installation, blaming the move on a lack of interest by customers for the devices that could help cut energy emissions.
British energy company SSE Plc has approached companies including broadband provider TalkTalk Telecom Group about a deal to sell its household supply unit, Sky News reported http://bit.ly/2Lm9c2T on Saturday.
British energy supplier SSE Plc said it would sell a 49.9 percent stake in its Stronelairg and Dunmaglass wind farms to Greencoat UK Wind Plc and a major UK pension fund for 635 million pounds ($832.17 million).
SSE Plc <SSE.L> is planning to sell a 50 percent stake in its enterprise telecoms business to Infracapital after abandoning plans to merge its British energy retail operations with a unit of Innogy SE <IGY.DE>, the company said on Friday.
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