National Grid is dedicated to being the world's premier network utility, primarily focused on delivering energy safely, reliably and efficiently.
We own the high-voltage electricity transmission system in England and Wales and operate the system across Great Britain. We also own and operate the high pressure gas transmission system in Britain. In addition, we have electricity transmission systems in the northeastern US.
Our local distribution networks deliver gas to around 11 million consumers in an area covering approximately a quarter of Great Britain.
National Grid in the US:
We own and operate electricity distribution networks in upstate New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. Through these networks we serve approximately 3.4 million electricity consumers in New England and upstate New York.
Our US gas distribution networks provide services to around 3.6 million consumers across the northeastern US, located in service territories in upstate New York, New York City, Long Island, Massachusetts and Rhode Island.
We also have a number of businesses operating in related areas such as metering and interconnectors.
All our networks are highly complex, requiring a unique mixture of skills, experience and planned investment.
In Rhode Island:
In New York:
In New England: