April 21, 2017
WALTHAM, MASS. – April is Earth Month, and National Grid continues its annual commitment by sponsoring Earth Day events throughout our service territory of New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. This year we have over 600 volunteers participating in 19 community activities throughout the month in all three states.
These efforts will help revitalize local communities served by the company, give back to the community, and promote protecting the environment. Click here to find an event near you.
“I am always excited and proud to see our company’s volunteer efforts in our communities through our Power to Serve program,” said Dean Seavers, president of National Grid US.” Earth Day at National Grid is about community, but also a big part of the larger responsibility we have in the energy industry. We must find ways to transition to a clean energy future so that our children have a healthy environment for generations to come.”
Are you volunteering at one of these events? Share your environmental tips, activities, and photos with us on social media – using the hashtag #GridGoesGreen.
For more information on National Grid’s commitment to sustainability and volunteering, please visit www.nationalgridus.com/commitment.
About National Grid
National Grid (LSE: NG; NYSE: NGG) is an electricity and natural gas delivery company that connects nearly 7 million customers to vital energy sources through its networks in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. It is the largest distributor of natural gas in the Northeast. National Grid also operates the systems that deliver gas and electricity across Great Britain.
Through its U.S. Connect21 strategy, National Grid is transforming its electricity and natural gas networks to support the 21st century digital economy with smarter, cleaner, and more resilient energy solutions. Connect21 is vital to our communities' long-term economic and environmental health and aligns with regulatory initiatives in New York (REV: Reforming the Energy Vision) and Massachusetts (Grid Modernization).