We’re all trying to get used to the ‘new normal’, minimising the time we spend outside and, in many cases, working from home too. To help you, we’ve created eight new bitesize e-learning courses.
So much has changed so quickly for all of us across the business. But something that remains the same is the need to keep our MyHub data up to date.
As most office-based colleagues are working from home at the moment, in light of the coronavirus pandemic, our 14forty team at National Grid House has this week helped to donate surplus food to the Helping Hand Community Project in Leamington Spa.
On the Isle of Grain sits the leading LNG importation terminal in the UK. What appears to be a sleepy peninsula is in fact home to one million cubic metre of tank space, two jetties and two cryogenic lines.
Substation Engineer Miriam shares her National Grid story.
It’s crucial that women continue to be supported, even if it feels like we’re edging closer than ever towards gender parity.
It may only be National Appreciation Day in the United States today, but we’ve seen a week packed full of activity as we show our appreciation for each other.
EmployAbility supported internships helps young people with learning disabilities achieve employment.
The nature of work in our Transmission Network Control Centre (TNCC) requires long periods of concentration over set shifts, which include days, evenings and nights. As a result, our TNCC colleagues are more likely to feel tired at work.
Science and gender equality are both vital to the advancement of our net zero ambitions. Over the past 15 years, the global community has focused on inspiring and engaging women and girls in science.