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The Clean Energy Revolution podcast is back for a third season

Join Dr. Carolyn Kissane and Laura Young (aka Less Waste Laura) to uncover the big stories in clean energy and the role it plays in tackling the negative effects of climate change.

From AI to infrastructure, communities to climate policy, expect conversations with experts, industry leaders and passionate individuals as we discover how our lives will be powered as we work towards a net zero future.

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Grid Guide to... Our People

Hear from Natalie Edwards, Chief Diversity Officer, on our approach to diversity and Inclusion.

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Excited to be a Principal Partner for COP26

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National Grid's net zero commitment

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Making sure the journey to net zero leaves no one behind

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All-party parliamentary group working together to deliver net zero

Meeting the UK’s 2050 net zero target will require collaboration across business, Government and consumers. National Grid is pleased to be supporting the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Net Zero; a cross-party grouping of MPs interested in the UK’s Net Zero transition. Rhian Kelly, Head of Public Affairs and Policy, shares her thoughts.