Welcome to National Grid Group

National Grid is an energy company operating in the UK and US. We deliver electricity and gas safely, reliably and efficiently to the customers and communities we serve – all while working towards a clean energy future.

About National Grid


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Why is net zero so important?

The race is on to reach net zero carbon emissions, but why is it so crucial that we do this? Find out why net zero is key in tackling global warming, why we must limit the global average temperature rise to 1.5°C, and what’s being done to make this happen.

The importance of net zero
National Grid's vision for a Fossil Free Future

Our vision for a fossil-free future

Our vision is to eliminate fossil fuels from our US gas and electric systems, enabling the people and communities we serve to meet their heating needs without using fossil fuels by 2050 or sooner.

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Celebrating women in energy

We’re making strong progress in our goal towards gender equality at National Grid, and recognise that we can play a part in helping to ensure that women are equally represented in the energy industry.

Meet some of the women who are working to shape the future of the energy system, from inspiring innovations in renewable energy to breaking down stereotypes in engineering.

Read more about our women engineers
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What if...

What if there was enough green energy for everyone? What if we became clean energy pioneers? What if you could play a part in the UK’s green recovery?

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What is a smart city?

Find out how digital technology promises to better connect us with our cities, help tackle climate change and create the urban environments of the future.

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How much of the UK’s energy is renewable?

With the UK aiming to reach net zero by 2050, much of the future electricity is expected to come from renewable energy. Although already part of our electricity mix, how much renewable energy are we using currently and how much more is needed?

Carbon neutral vs net zero – understanding the difference

With buzzwords like net zero and carbon neutral making their way into our vocabulary, we’re becoming more informed about climate change and the steps needed to protect the environment.

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What is liquefied natural gas (LNG)?

LNG is natural gas that's been reduced to a liquid state through cooling. It’s been part of the UK’s energy mix for many years, but could it be the fossil fuel that has yet to reach its true potential as we move towards low-carbon energy systems?

Why invest in National Grid?

National Grid is one of the world’s largest publicly listed utilities focused on transmission and distribution of electricity and gas. We play a vital role in connecting millions of people to the energy they use safely, reliably and efficiently.

We aim to be a low-risk business that generates shareholder value through dividends and asset/equity growth.

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Careers at National Grid

We’re looking for people with enthusiasm to help us build and run a cleaner energy system for the future. Wherever you are on your career journey there are lots of exciting opportunities to explore, including apprenticeships. Discover more about working at National Grid and search for roles in the UK and the US

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UK Gender Pay Gap 2021

We’re committed to creating a diverse, equitable and inclusive workforce that‘s fully representative of the communities we serve. Our gender pay gap report for 2021 is now available to view.

Find out more about our 2021 UK Gender Pay Gap

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What is SF6? Sulphur hexafluoride explained

Sulphur hexafluoride – also known as SF6 – is a ‘greenhouse gas’ that has long played a part in global warming, similar to that of carbon dioxide (CO2).

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What is carbon intensity?

You’ve probably heard the term ‘carbon intensity’ in relation to climate change and net zero. But what exactly does it refer to?

What are the different types of renewable energy?

With the UK and US aiming to reach net zero by 2050, using electricity that comes from renewable sources is essential to help reduce our carbon emissions. Find about the different types of renewable energy sources we currently use for electricity.

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6 months on from COP26: our progress towards a net zero future

To avoid the worst effects of climate change, the world needs to halve its greenhouse gas emissions by 2030. Since COP26, we’ve been working harder than ever to deliver a clean, fair and affordable energy future, with no one left behind.