Engineer your future

Articles:

Engineer your future

Wednesday 17 December could prove a pivotal day in how the UK tackles the acute shortage of young people opting for engineering.

Case study:

Yule be safe

Whether it’s Christmas Day or any other day of the year, the safety of our employees and the general public is our priority.

Yule be safe

Debate:

Staying high and dry

Douglas Dodds, Environment Resilience Specialist – Natural Hazards, describes what National Grid is doing to ensure security of supply.

How we manage risk

Talking points:


Having a robust risk management process is a fundamental aspect of how National Grid maintains a reliable supply of electricity across the UK.

Staying high and dry

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The big issues for energy

  • 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?

  • Careers advice that counts

    Steve Holliday, National Grid’s Chief Executive Officer, on the ‘Making Education Work’ report.

  • Building a robust network

    Phil Sheppard explains how the UK can make sure that it has the right energy infrastructure in place for the future.

Looking ahead

What to look out for in the coming weeks

  • Friday 28th November

    The Electricity Ten Year Statement 2014