We added two new trophies to our awards cabinet at last week’s School Leaver Awards 2018.
Construction on the Hinkley Connection Project (HCP), one of our most significant investments for a generation, starts next month.
Network Development Roadmap … I sense your eyes glazing over as you read that. Sounds a bit dull, doesn’t it? But I reckon something that has the potential to save consumers tens of millions each year on their energy bills is far, far from it.
This morning it was my great pleasure to announce our full year results at the London Stock Exchange.
Testament to its hard work and expertise, our High-Speed Link 2 (HS2) project team has achieved unconditional approval for its work before starting on site – the first time for a utility working for HS2.
Pierre Dufour, a Non-executive Director on the National Grid Board, has informed the company that he will not be seeking re-election by shareholders at the next Annual General Meeting (AGM).
National Grid’s Group Pension Trustee has entered into a longevity swap with Zurich Assurance Limited, covering more than £2billion of pensioner liabilities for around 6,000 pensioners and dependants of the National Grid Electricity Group of the Electricity Supply Pension Scheme.
The North Sea Link project team strengthened its links with the local community recently, by carrying out extensive works to improve access and facilities at Cambois beach.
Last week we finished building the first of 60 new pylons for the Richborough Connection project.
In my new role I have the responsibility for Ethics and Compliance across the group and I’m really pleased to launch this year’s Ethics and Compliance week; which we’ll use to launch our new Ethics BMS and our ‘Do the right thing’ Yammer site.