Noble prize

Articles:

Noble prize

Chief Executive Steve Holliday explains why supporting the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering is a natural fit for National Grid.

Case study:

Connecting people

As the temperature plummets outside, how does National Grid fit into the broader picture of seasonal supply?

Connecting people

Debate:

Locating pylons

Ian Grimshaw, Director at planning and design experts TEP Ltd, outlines the considerations that guide when and how T-pylons might be used.

Triads: Why three is the magic number

Talking points:


The Triad pricing system plays an important role in helping Britain to manage its electricity demand more efficiently.

Locating pylons

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