National Grid’s Interstate Reliability Project—A Connect 21 Video

Collaboration Without Boarders
Oct 2, 2015 3:30 PM ET
Campaign: Connect21

The Interstate Reliability Project will meet the demand for electricity and support the reliable delivery of electricity to customers under many different conditions.

The Interstate Reliability Project, designed to improve reliability of our transmission network, is a New England East-West Solution (NEEWS) 345-kV transmission project. The project is in an existing transmission right-of-way and covers territory in three states, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

On this stop in our Connect21 video series, hear about some of the challenges we’ve encountered with this project, and our pride in delivering projects in an environmentally friendly and responsible manner.

Our video series started with an overview of Connect21 and includes footage of the important infrastructure projects we are working on in each of our jurisdictions. Visit here to watch any you’ve missed. Here are a few more projects you can look forward to learning about:

- Overview of Downstate New York
- MA Solar
- Clarkson University Microgrid

We’ll feature a new video around every three weeks, so be sure to check back often. We hope you’ll give us your feedback in the comments section below as you take the series’ tour. The future of energy belongs to all of us, and we want to hear your voice.

For more information please visit our website:, or our Connecting website. You can also follow us on Twitter, watch us on You Tube, Like us on Facebook and find our photos on Instagram.