The economic landscape, developments in technology, evolving business models and consumer behaviour are changing at an unprecedented rate; creating more opportunities than ever before. Here we discuss the latest thinking in our industry.
24 September 2021
National Grid has shared its vision for developing the hydrogen economy in New York as part of its participation in Climate Week NYC.
23 September 2021
Last week saw an exciting moment with our construction of the world’s first T-pylon in Somerset; part of our Hinkley Connection project, connecting six million homes and businesses to low-carbon energy.
22 September 2021
Alice Delahunty, President of National Grid Electricity Transmission, has been elected as a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering in recognition of her exceptional and continuing contribution to the profession.
13 September 2021
The world’s first T-pylon, the first new design for an electricity pylon in Great Britain for nearly a century, has been erected in Somerset.
It will be one of 116 T-pylons along a 57km route, connecting low carbon energy to six million UK homes and businesses.
8 September 2021
To achieve a cleaner energy future, the EU and the UK need to work closely together on the energy transition. We share similar strategic climate targets, including a legally binding approach to net-zero by 2050, and our markets have been built together for decades as part of the Internal Energy Market.
3 September 2021
As the world’s first operational T-pylons are constructed along National Grid’s Hinkley Connection route, pupils from 20 local schools are preparing time capsules with 2021-related memorabilia to be hidden inside the structures.