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Posted: 26 March 2014
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Job done in 54 Days

In October 2013, as a combined result of the onset of winter and forty years of water erosion, pylon 4zc30 in Penrhyndeudraeth, North Wales, appeared to be leaning. National Grid decided that urgent action was needed. In just 54 days the team were able to: – Stabilise the pylon and make the area safe  

Posted: 18 March 2014
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The Great Energy Race

National Grid employee, James Murnaghan, takes on the Observer Ethical Awards challenge to become the nation’s energy saving “bright spark”.

Posted: 4 March 2014
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Working towards a circular economy

Stuart Bailey, Head of Sustainability & Climate Change at National Grid, joined a panel debate at a keynote conference organised by WRAP UK called ‘Resource – realising the opportunities of a circular economy’, held at the ExCel centre in London. In a session focused primarily on the need for investment today if businesses are to

Gas innovation in full flow