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National Grid Backs Low-Carbon USA

National Grid joins other leaders in US business calling for decisive action to tackle climate change at COP21
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National Grid Stands Up Microgrid in Potsdam NY with Clarkson University

A first of its kind—the microgrid could revolutionize our future energy networks
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On this final stop in our Connect21 video series, hear all about our partnership with Clarkson University on a microgrid project in Potsdam, NY. It’s anything but small. In fact, Clarkson’s president predicts the partnership between National Grid and Clarkson University could revolutionize how the electric grid across the country is operated into the future.

Save Money and Energy This Holiday Season With Tips From National Grid

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WALTHAM, MASS., November 24, 2015 /3BL Media/ – The holiday season features festive lighting displays, family feasts, cold nights, and the shortest days of the year – what better time for customers to focus on energy efficiency? National Grid encourages customers to follow simple energy efficiency tips while decorating and entertaining this year to ensure that everyone enjoys safe, affordable, and environmentally friendly holidays.

National Grid Moves To Intervene In Support Of EPA's Clean Power Plan

National Grid US joins with other power producers to support rules regulating emissions
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WALTHAM, Mass., November 23, 2015 /3BL Media/ – National Grid U.S. has joined a group of generators to legally intervene in support of the U.S Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan (CPP).  The group, consisting of some of the nation’s cleanest energy suppliers, will explain that through investment in low- and zero-emissions generation capacity, the companies have reduced carbon dioxide emission within their generating fleets and portfolios, while continuing to provide reliable and affordable electricity to customers. 

National Grid's Mary Ellen Paravalos Named To Board Of New England Women In Energy And Environment

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WALTHAM, Mass., November 20, 2015 / 3BL Media/  – Mary Ellen Paravalos, director, Strategy and Performance for National Grid’s federally regulated businesses, has been elected to the board of directors of New England Women in Energy and Environment, or NEWIEE.

National Grid Recognised for Climate Change Transparency

National Grid has been recognised by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for its transparent approach and quality of carbon emissions data.
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  • National Grid recognised by the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for its transparent approach and quality of climate change data.
  • National Grid awarded a position on the FTSE 350 Climate Change Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) for the third year running.

Massachusetts Communities Rewarded for Energy Efficiency Efforts

National Grid's Community Initiative supports municipalities with energy efficiency outreach
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WALTHAM, MA., November 4, 2015 /3BL Media/– National Grid is recognizing five Massachusetts communities for exceeding goals set through the company’s Community Initiative, a grant program that supports municipalities in their efforts to become more energy efficient.

Global Green and National Grid Partner on Climate Disaster Preparedness for NYC

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As downtown Manhattan prepares to be stormed by masked revelers in celebration of the 42nd anniversary of the New York City Village Halloween Parade, some New Yorkers recall this same weekend three years ago, when Superstorm Sandy battered the boroughs, leaving many homeless and the city with billions of dollars worth of damage. The storm was the second costliest in US history, causing $65 billion in damages, destroying 305,000 NYC housing units and leaving 117 dead.

The Power Within, A Quest To Be The Best At National Grid

BY KATIE MCKY
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It wasn’t that long ago that the energy sector was considered a mature sector, powered by mature workers lighting homes and powering cars in the traditional ways. However, new technologies and the retiring of an aging workforce have transformed this sector, making it ever more dynamic. It’s the perfect time to join, as the following energy workers delineate. 

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It wasn’t that long ago that the energy sector was considered a mature sector, powered by mature workers lighting homes and powering cars in the traditional ways. However, new technologies and the retiring of an aging workforce have transformed this sector, making it ever more dynamic. It’s the perfect time to join, as the following energy workers delineate. 

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