Posted: 4 August 2016

A changing landscape

FES, scenarios, UKERC, energy, future, demand, consumption, supply, electricity, gas, renewables, nuclear, CCS, affordability, investment, carbon, heating, transport, storage, regulatory
A changing landscape

Jim Watson of the UK Energy Research Centre gives his thoughts on the FES.

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Posted: 4 August 2016

Safer together

National Grid, third party guidance, Electricity Transmission, overhead lines, underground cables, risk, substations, electricity, hazard, safety
Safer together

Overhead Lines and Cables Manager Damien Culley outlines the work he’s doing with developers and third parties to ensure they work safely.

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Posted: 4 August 2016

10 things we learned from FES 2016

FES, scenarios, shale, electricity, supply, demand, gas, heating, transport, targets, generation, nuclear, interconnector, renewables, imports, exports, bioSNG
10 things we learned from FES 2016

The 2016 Future Energy Scenarios (FES) offer a detailed insight into how Britain’s energy revolution might evolve by 2050.

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Posted: 4 August 2016

Proud to support Pride

National Grid, LGBT, inclusion and diversity, prejudice, employee resource groups, sexual orientation, London Pride parade, Pride in London
Proud to support Pride

Chris Murray on inclusion and diversity and National Grid’s support for LGBT employees.

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FES 2017: What’s changing?