A number of our RIIO-T2 Electricity Transmission Stakeholder Members recently put on their PPE and headed to Wimbledon to learn more about our business.
We are proud and excited to share that our colleague Susan Robson has won a top Financial Times Champions of Women in Business award.
A team of National Grid Pride supporters successfully regained the trophy at the 18th annual Leicester Pride Festival Wildecats six-a-side football tournament earlier this month.
Six million people tuned into The One Show recently, to find out how you connect the UK to Norway with what will be the world’s longest subsea interconnector.
Our ONE employee group recently took part in BLAST Festival – a science festival to inspire a new generation of black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) engineers to improve the diversity of the industry.
Members from the independently chaired RIIO-T2 Electricity and Gas Stakeholder Groups donned their PPE kit when they visited the Peterborough Compressor site recently.
Our energy system is changing rapidly. These are familiar words to anyone in our industry and certainly to all of us here at National Grid.
Did you know that 27% of the electricity generation on the system today connects to the regional distribution networks or behind the meter?
Ofgem has today (Monday 30 July) published its decision to use the Competition Proxy model for the Hinkley-Seabank (HSB) project and their RIIO2 Framework Decision document.
When asked to investigate how transmission networks have benefited consumers over the last 40 years, my immediate reaction was ‘why isn’t it obvious’, quickly followed by ‘surely the past doesn’t matter given the pace of change?’