National Grid Metering has completed a new high-pressure metering installation on a newly built site at Derwent Power Station – a first for the team in the last ten years.
Our work to pull together our RIIO-2 business plans for gas and electricity transmission is continuing at pace, as we get closer to Ofgem’s deadline for our first draft submission on 1 July.
Along with other leading engineering companies, we recently took part in the 2019 Big Bang Fair – supporting the very important STEM message for young people.
Nora Mead-Brownell, a Non-Executive Director, has resigned from her position on the Board following her new appointment to the Board of Pacific Gas & Electric.
The System Operator (SO) business recently hosted two important workshops for EmployAbility – our award-winning programme that supports students with learning disabilities.
The speed and scale of renewables growth means we now need more flexible technologies that can help to reliably manage a far more volatile supply of energy.
North Sea Link has had fantastic news that it will receive the full grant payment of €31.3 million from the Connecting Europe Facility for completion of the project’s technical design studies.
In recognition of the number of UK employees who participate in the Pennies from Heaven scheme, we recently received a Pennies from Heaven Gold Award.
A recent high-potential incident, involving an overhead-line strike, really tested National Grid Metering’s (NGM) safety culture, as well as the business’ new way of working.
Pupils from Cambois Primary School recently celebrated British Science Week with a bespoke ‘Mad Science’ experience on renewable energy, organised by the North Sea Link team and Kinetic Kate from Mad Science.