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Big Leaps And Small Steps: Driving Gender Equality At National Grid

Plenty has been written about gender equality—and plenty by women and about women. In recognition of International Men’s Day this year, I wanted to explore gender equality through a male lens and look at what male CEOs of some of the UK’s leading organizations are doing differently to improve gender equality in their organizations.
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With over 450K homes and businesses still without power in Massachusetts, Eversource and National Grid crews work to turn lights back on

Eversource crews restored power to more than 129,000 customers by about 2 p.m. Wednesday but there are still roughly 450,000 households and businesses without power across Massachusetts. The worst of the outages are across Cape Cod, according to the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). The outages includes approximately 260,000 Eversource...
MASSACHUSETTS STATE
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National Grid switching to electric vehicles

TOWN OF WATERTOWN, New York (WWNY) - National Grid is on the road to converting part of its vehicle fleet from combustion to electric engines. The company plans to switch its pickup trucks, SUVS, passenger cars, and vans by 2030. That’s almost 5,800 hundred vehicles. Kerry Martin is helping spearhead...
WATERTOWN, NY
Salem News

Meeting on National Grid project postponed

BEVERLY — A public meeting on the upcoming National Grid project in Beverly that was scheduled for Wednesday night has been postponed. A new date has not been scheduled. The Beverly Regional Transmission Reliability Project involves replacing an underground electric transmission line that supplies power to nearly 50,000 customers in Beverly, Essex, Gloucester, Hamilton, Manchester, Rockport and Wenham.
BEVERLY, MA
Daily Gazette

National Grid projects heating bill spike of 31%

CAPITAL REGION – National Grid is forecasting that its typical residential customer’s natural gas bill in the coming heating season will be about 31% higher than last year, based mostly on increased demand for natural gas. The utility projects what it defines as a “typical residential customer” will pay $651...
ENERGY INDUSTRY

Did National Grid pipeline project violate the law? Feds to investigate

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across NYC. An intra-governmental legal battle is brewing in Brooklyn, as the feds are investigating a possible civil rights violation after the state Department of Environmental Conservation said a controversial natural gas plant will not have negative environmental impacts.
BROOKLYN, NY
qchron.com

Gas main upgrades in Queens Village

In Queens Village construction started on Monday on 105th Avenue from 220th to 225th streets for a gas main that runs 1,900 feet, but for resident Charlton D’Souza, the lack of notice regarding the work is far more unacceptable than the noise that is expected to go on for months.
QUEENS, NY
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LIVE BLOG | Rhode Island Power Outage Map

National Grid’s interactive map is updated every 5 minutes and provides regional power restoration information. The estimated time of restoration are based on National Grid’s latest damage analysis and reflect a general assessment of when the last customer in the specified area is expected to be returned to service. Visit...
ENERGY INDUSTRY

National Grid explains home heating rate hike

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR) — Winters in New York are brutal. One way we get through them is by turning up the thermostat, but not so fast—winter heating costs are rising for National Grid customers this year. “We’re looking at an increase this year of about $155 for the winter heating season which is November 1 […]
ALBANY, NY
Salem News

National Grid may not wait for independent study

BEVERLY — The city has hired a consultant to study the health impacts of a controversial underground cable project, but National Grid might not wait for the results. A spokesman said Tuesday the company is considering a request from Mayor Mike Cahill to delay the start of the project but has not made a decision.
BEVERLY, MA
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