Serving our customers and communities

National Grid is an electricity, natural gas, and clean energy delivery company, where our 17,000 employees live and work in the communities we serve. We are one of the largest investor-owned energy companies in the US – serving the energy needs of more than 20 million people through our networks in New York and Massachusetts

Our shared sense of community has taught us that our customers are forward-thinking and deeply mindful of the environment, but also challenged by the affordability of a clean energy transition. We believe we can help our communities by working together to solve the greatest challenge of our time – climate change – while delivering a clean energy future for all of us. 

Learn more about how we’re here to help our customers and communities.

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New York

From Upstate to Downstate, we’re getting involved in our communities via Project C – thinking beyond our conventional energy delivery services and helping to create a more equitable future for every customer and neighborhood we serve.

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Whether you’re an electric or gas customer, we have several solutions to help you save energy, time and money via our Energy Efficiency programs.

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US net zero plan

To ensure we meet our 2030 GHG emission reduction targets and our states’ climate policy goals, we are advancing our emission accounting techniques and working with our communities to ensure an equitable transition that enables all of us to meet the challenge.

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Northeast clean energy vision

We're positioning communities in the Northeast to become clean energy capitals of tomorrow. Here is the work we’re doing in solar, offshore wind, generation, clean hydrogen, battery storage, and transmission to help Long Island reach its potential as a clean energy hub.

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The hydrogen hub

Discover how clean hydrogen is key to a clean energy future and ensuring we fully eliminate fossil fuels from our electric and gas system by 2050.

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International Women in Engineering Day (INWED)

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.

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Our latest stories

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Solar-powered tiny homes help tackle homelessness in New York

National Grid has teamed up with A Tiny Home for Good to help those who face homelessness in Central New York State, providing them with places to live and thrive that are also affordable and energy efficient.

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Electric school buses are helping drive the U.S. toward net zero

As of June 2022, U.S. school districts have committed to 12,275 electric school buses in 38 states1. Half a million school buses transport about 20 million children to school every morning, traveling about 3.4 billion miles per year.

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One of the US’ first green hydrogen blending projects launches on Long Island

National Grid and the Town of Hempstead have announced a joint project to build one of the first and largest clean hydrogen projects in the US; the HyGrid Project, located on Long Island.

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