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The Need for Speed: Utilities, Clean Tech and Regulators Agree the Energy Transition has to Move Faster

By Nick Lanyi
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A panel of utility executives countered that they recognize the challenges. Several expressed a desire to work with vendors on outcome-based solutions rather than dictating a specific solution.

Carlos Nouel, National Grid’s Vice President of New Energy Solutions says his team issues open RFPs to encourage innovation: “We say, here’s the problem; give us the solution.”

Let the Sun Shine: National Grid’s Fruit Belt Solar Demo Project Reaches Capacity Commitment Milestone

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BUFFALO, N.Y., July 25, 2017 /3BL Media/  – After more than a year of planning and community outreach, National Grid’s Fruit Belt Neighborhood Solar Demonstration Project has reached a significant milestone – full customer commitment to reach its 500-kilowatt generating capacity.

A total of 170 participants have enrolled or are in the process of enrolling in the project, designed to test the grid efficiency of a concentration of rooftop solar in a single neighborhood, while providing energy bill savings for participants.

National Grid Wins Interactive Media Award (IMA)

Best in Class 2017 For National Grid’s First Responder Utility Safety Website
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July 10, 2017 WALTHAM, M.A.—Recognized for attaining the highest standard of excellence in website design and development, National Grid’s First Responder Utility Safety Training website, firstresponder.ngridsafety.com, has won the Interactive Media Award’s “Best in Class Award” with an overall score of 482 out of a possible 500.

National Grid’s US President, Dean Seavers, Talks the Future of Energy at ETS

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ETS (Energy Thought Summit) interviewed Dean Seavers, National Grid U.S. President, in Boston, Massachusetts where he discussed who has influenced him the most, attracting new talent, and our industry's greatest challenges in his executive profile:

National Grid in Massachusetts Named a Most Energy Efficient Utility in U.S

The Company Credits Customers for the Achievement
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Waltham, Mass., June 14, 2017 /3BL Media/ — National Grid, a major energy delivery company that provides service to more than 1.3 million electricity customers in Massachusetts, was today named one of the most energy efficient utilities in America by The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE).

National Grid Talks Digital Transformation: Delivering Value From Generation to Customers

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The electricity industry is undergoing significant change, and complex interrelationships across the entire energy ecosystem pose challenges to power leaders everywhere. The digital transformation can provide companies with unprecedented insights, new capabilities and innovative business models to address these challenges—but how do organizations best leverage the power of digitalization?

National Grid Responds to U.S. Withdrawal from Paris Agreement

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June 2, 2017 /3BL Media/ - In recent weeks, National Grid joined several of the largest companies in the United States to urge President Trump to keep the U.S. in the Paris Agreement on climate change. Though the Administration has decided to withdraw U.S.

National Grid Offers Free Professional Energy Network

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Waltham, MA., May 22, 2017 /3BL Media/ - National Grid has announced the launch of a new program that will support building designers, engineers, contractors, trade and other professionals in achieving their energy savings goals.

National Grid's Smart Energy Solutions Program in Worcester, Mass. Achieves Strong Results in Customer Satisfaction, Retention and Savings

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May 17, 2017 /3BL Media/ - National Grid announced strong results from its two-year Smart Energy Solutions (SES) program, demonstrating high customer satisfaction, retention and savings from a smart grid program for 11,000 customers in Worcester.

National Grid is Giving People with Disabilities Job Opportunities

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For the past year, Enabling Disability Confidence – one of National Grid’s 11 employee resource groups – has been holding mentoring sessions across its US service area with one inspiring goal: to help young, talented college graduates with disabilities get the job skills they need. And maybe even get a job at National Grid.

In Melville, Long Island, on March 23, employee/mentors teamed up with 14 students in fields ranging from communications, to environmental science, to finance, for the company’s most recent Mentoring Day.

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