The Democratization of Energy: Climate Change, Renewables, and Advancing the American Dream an eBook

The Democratization of Energy: Climate Change, Renewables, and Advancing the American Dream an eBook

National Grid's US President Dean Seavers launched, "The Democratization of Energy: Climate Change, Renewables, and Advancing the American Dream," an eBook that discusses the ways in which we can transition our nation to a decarbonized economy while ensuring delivery of reliable and affordable energy. The eBook focuses on solutions underway in the Northeast US, where National Grid serves the energy needs of its 20 million customers, large and small, business and residential.

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Content from this campaign

National Grid: Daylight Savings | No One Left in the Dark
The following article is taken from the “No One Left in the Dark” chapter of Dean Seavers’...
Nov 3, 2016 1:05 PM ET
National Grid on Energy Awareness Month: The Transition Blueprint
The following article is taken from the “The Transition Blueprint” chapter of Dean Seavers’ Democratization of Energy eBook.  October is National Energy Awareness...
Oct 12, 2016 8:15 AM ET
National Grid on the Future of Storm Resiliency
The following article is taken from the “The Future of Storm Resiliency” chapter of Dean Seavers’ Democratization of Energy eBook.  With the peak of hurricane season right around the corner, storm...
Sep 6, 2016 10:00 AM ET
National Grid on Investing for Impact: Energy-Driven Economic Development in Upstate New York
The following article is taken from the “Investing for Impact” chapter of Dean Seavers’ Democratization of Energy eBook. It’s no secret that Upstate New York – once recognized nationwide as a manufacturing leader...
Aug 1, 2016 10:00 AM ET
National Grid on How Big is the Bridge
The following article is taken from the “How Big is the Bridge” chapter of Dean Seavers’ Democratization of Energy eBook. A future without carbon emissions – one that would have seemed impossible just a few decades ago – is now visible on the horizon. In this future, climate...
Jul 5, 2016 8:00 AM ET

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