The remains of Roman roadside settlement have been discovered along the route of the Hinkley Connection Project underground cables through the Mendip Hills.
An electricity transformer the size of a house has completed its 10,000-mile journey to a National Grid substation at Chessington.
Antony Green, Project Director for Hydrogen in Gas Transmission, gives an update on the role hydrogen could play in our net zero future.
In 2010 a man was arrested for attempting to smuggle £70,000 worth of stolen goods out of the UK. He wasn’t carting jewellery or HD TVs, but Peregrine Falcon eggs.
Harkamal Ubhi, Reporting Analyst within the ESO, explains what he did to highlight the importance of looking after your mental wellbeing.
With nearly 3,000 cars and vans, switching to low emissions vehicles is part of our commitment to reaching net zero by 2050. Here Fleet Manager, Lorna McAtear, explains how we’re stepping this journey up a gear and aiming for a fully clean-fuel fleet for 2030.
National Grid Metering keeps the gas flowing safely during a recent upgrade project at Tate and Lyle’s sugar refinery, next to the Thames.
We’ve developed a new template contract which will reduce the amount of work and uncertainty in agreeing a diversion project.
Gas Transmission Plant Operations in Scotland have completed two in-line inspections on the Feeder 11 pipeline between St Fergus and Kirriemuir.
On Wednesday 24 June, Gas Transmission set out its thoughts and analysis on the operation of the National Transmission System over Winter 19/20.