Collaborate to innovate


Collaborate to innovate

National Grid will be showcasing a range of exciting innovation projects at the LCNI Conference. Richard Court discusses the importance of innovation.

Case study:

A fresh approach

Electric vehicles and heat pumps could play a key role in balancing the future GB electricity system.

A fresh approach


Co-operation that counts

The East of England Co-operative has switched on to the Demand Side Response campaign.

Best in class: celebrating half a decade of City Year UK

Talking points:

With National Grid’s support, City Year UK has been improving the lives of schoolchildren from poor communities for the past five years.

Co-operation that counts


 Latest messages

Recent hot topics

The big issues for energy

  • Pioneering a skills revolution

    The challenge of bridging the skills gap so that the UK has a talented pipeline of future engineers has never been greater. National Grid is pioneering a range of initiatives that bring young people and the world of work closer together.

  • The delicate balance

    Charlotte Grant, Technical Project Manager, explains why balancing electrical supply and demand is so important.

  • Being prepared for winter

    The 2014/15 Winter Outlook gives comprehensive analysis of the supply and demand picture for both electricity and gas ahead of the winter period. The report follows an extensive consultation with stakeholders as across the energy industry.

  • Keeping the lights on

    As we gear up for the first capacity auction in December, how will the Capacity Market work and what is National Grid’s role?

Looking ahead

What to look out for in the coming weeks

  • 24th-26th November

    LCNI Conference 2015, Liverpool