Valentine’s Day is upon us again and, this year, I’m playing cupid at National Grid. Over the past week, I’ve been the lucky recipient of many emails and messages telling me how much you all love certain things about our company.
It’s Valentine’s Day, which means some of you will be receiving plenty of heart-shaped boxes of chocolates and roses, while others will be going out of their way to avoid the commercial hype and thinking about a quiet night home in your pyjamas.
Last week, our very own Graeme Cooper, project director of electric vehicles at National Grid, took to the pages of Business Green magazine to talk about electric vehicles and how they can help curb air pollution.
“…a very exciting moment for National Grid. As the US will represent nearly half of our business in due course, our presence highlights our visibility to investors.”
As you walk across London looking up at the sights above ground – the London Eye, Big Ben and the Tower of London – deep below are 20 miles of power tunnels running across the city.
We have been highlighted as a global leader on corporate climate action by CDP, achieving a place on the organisation’s Climate Change A List.
What’s the point of trying to save the world by having an electric vehicle (EV) if you still guzzle lots of energy? Luckily, there are plenty of ways to get around this, conserving energy and having a great time with your EV at the same time.
Britain has reached an extraordinary milestone: the amount of zero carbon power used by homes and businesses has outstripped that generated by fossil fuels for a full twelve months.
At zero degrees Celsius (32F) your fingers and toes burn with cold. Your cheeks flush and you’ll wish you’d worn thermal undergarments.
On today’s international day of disabled persons, we look at how we modify our workplace.