We’ve announced the launch of our first ever green bond. Raising Euro500million (approximately £430million), the bond’s proceeds will finance UK electricity transmission projects with environmental benefits.
On a winter’s day, returning to a cosy home or enjoying a hot bath or shower is something many of us take for granted. In at least eight out of ten homes, this warmth is fuelled by natural gas boilers.
Following its European record for gas exports last year, our Grain LNG terminal continues to go from strength to strength.
Graduates from around the business work with local community to improve the biodiversity around Knaresborough 275kV substation.
Roisin Quinn, ESO’s head of National Control, explains all about Christmas Day electricity in this festive Q&A.
Engineers across the UK were called upon recently when about 8000 homes in Central Scotland faced several days without gas, after supplies were turned off over safety concerns – including a team from National Grid Metering.
We are continuing to drive down carbon through our tender process – an essential part of meeting our target of a 50% reduction in capital carbon by 2020/21, which we are currently exceeding.
The newest member of the UK Corporate Affairs team has set his sights on becoming the UK’s youngest business mogul. However, Gabriel’s chances of ever achieving that goal looked distinctly remote just two years ago – if not impossible.
On 8 December, Capital Delivery’s Electricity Construction team managed a remarkable safety feat, going 12 months without a lost time injury. The team now has a lost time injury frequency rate of zero, the first time in its history.
Our RIIO-2 business plans for Electricity Transmission and Gas Transmission have been submitted to the regulator Ofgem.