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We’re National Grid: we bring power to people. From heating up homes to keeping the lights on in hospitals, the energy we deliver makes the everyday possible. Now, you can help us, as we shape the future of millions and build the hi-tech networks of tomorrow.

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National Grid is an international electricity and gas company.
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Graduate Opportunities (11)

Ben Pirie

Engineer Training Programme, Power System Design

"National Grid will provide everything you need and with the diversity of different jobs there’s something for everyone at National Grid . . ."

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Ali Shad

Power Academy Student, Construction

"Tomorrow I’m going to a transformer factory to see how a transformer gets wound up, and next week I’m going to Spennymoor to see a brand new overhead line construction . . ."

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Construction to start on ‘world’s first’ commercial bio-substitute ...

National Grid investment means Swindon plasma recycling plant will go ahead by early 2017. National Grid’s Gas Distribution company has signed a £6.3 million deal to help fund the “world’s first” commercially operating bio-substitute natural gas plant in Swindon, which will make gas from household waste. The deal completes financing for the project, which is being run by Go Green Gas and enables construction of the £25 million plant to start. In the plant,...

Added: 7th December 2016

Miners dig deep to keep London's lights on for the next 120 years

These are the miners tunnelling nearly 200 feet in the mud beneath London to help keep the capital’s lights on for the next 120 years. National Grid hopes the £1 billion London Power Tunnels project will supply electricity to the capital “for generations to come”. It will also power Crossrail through a “super-strength” generator in north-west London. Teams of three miners are working 12-hour shifts piloting tunnel-boring machines to cut through the...

Sally Nicholson

Power Systems Engineer

"I love working at National Grid, my colleagues are fantastic, and they really support me with the work that I’m doing . . ."

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