Posted: 11 December 2013
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Steve Holliday helps inspire engineers of the future
Steve Holliday helps inspire engineers of the future

National Grid’s Chief Executive Officer Steve Holliday has been helping to inspire young engineers of the future at the Royal Institution in London.

Steve Holliday, National Grid’s Chief Executive Officer

"It's about creating the future. There's nothing more exciting than thinking 'I'm actually part of creating a world that is a better world'."

Steve Holliday, National Grid’s Chief Executive Officer

National Grid’s Chief Executive Officer Steve Holliday has been helping to inspire young engineers of the future at the Royal Institution in London.

Steve was a speaker at an event called ‘Creating the Future’, which celebrated the achievements of Vint Cerf – one of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering 2013 winners – and helped promote engineering to the large, specially invited audience of head teachers, students and young engineers.

Steve is featured with other speakers and guests, including Emma Thompson, a mechanical engineer in National Grid’s Gas Distribution business, in this video:

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