Tag Archives: National Grid

Bringing transmission innovation to life

Line Scout is used on energized conductors, which means inspections can be done without affecting grid reliability.

Fields Point — fact versus fiction

Natural gas is the bridge to a clean energy future. Tim Horan explains how new liquefaction equipment in RI will bolster that bridge.

A high tech wire act

The A127/B128 West is a 115 kilovolt, 67-mile, “double-circuited” (two lines attached to a single set of structures) overhead line that runs from the Harriman hydroelectric station in Vermont to central Massachusetts.  The lines, which were originally constructed in the 1920s, are connected to six substations and at peak times serve about 150 megawatts of

Women in Energy: Leveraging talent in the US energy sector

National Grid literally took center stage on July 12 at an important gathering of current and future women leaders in the energy industry at ‘The Business of Getting to Clean Energy and Environment,” presented by New England Women in Energy and Environment (NEWIEE), sponsored by National Grid and hosted by Tufts University. NEWIEE is a

Stakeholder Engagement takes spookiness out of project

When National Grid’s Salem, MA Cable Replacement Project began, the local community was less than thrilled. The two aging transmission cables that needed to be replaced traverse a short distance, but are located in one of Salem’s busiest and most congested neighborhoods. The streets are narrow and many small business merchants rely on tourism for

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