We're working hard all year round to keep the UK's energy networks maintained and resilient, especially in preparation for the winter months.
Find out how we're taking care of the energy systems this winter, as well as tips and advice for what you can do too.
Looking for information about our winter activity in the US? Visit the National Grid US website
The UK government is recommending some simple, no or low-cost actions that can offer significant savings on household bills without reducing people's comfort or putting their health at risk.
Across the country our teams of engineers monitor and maintain the network 24/7, 365 days a year. They particularly focus on ensuring a safe and reliable network over the winter months when demand for electricity is highest.
The Clean Energy Revolution podcast explores our energy systems as we move towards a net zero world. In this episode, Max La Manna takes a look at the different ways our energy supplies are being kept secure and resilient – both now and into the future.
We receive a lot of questions about how your household energy bills are made up, and which parts of your bill relate to National Grid.
The bill you receive from your energy supplier is made up of a number of separate charges. Some of these charges are based on the different stages through which electricity makes its way from the producers to your home, so we explain this journey and where National Grid fits in.