National Grid

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About NGG

National Grid Plc engages in the transmission and distribution of electricity and gas. It operates through the following segments: UK Electricity Transmission, UK Gas Transmission, U.S. Read More Regulated, and National Grid Ventures and Other. The UK Electricity Transmission segment focuses on the electricity transmission networks in England and Wales and Great Britain system operator. The UK Gas Transmission segment includes the gas transmission networks in Great Britain and system operator in Great Britain. The U.S. Regulated segment involves gas distribution networks, electricity distribution networks, and electricity transmission networks in New York and New England. The National Grid Ventures and Other segment comprises all commercial operations in metering with a focus on investment and future activities in emerging growth areas. The company was founded in 1989 and is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom. The listed name for NGG is National Grid PLC.

Employees
23,069
Headquarters
London, Greater London
Founded
2000
Market Cap
37.76B
Price-Earnings Ratio
23.43
Dividend Yield
5.23
Average Volume
397.69K
High Today
$54.09
Low Today
$53.11
Open Price
$54.00
Volume
286.36K
52 Week High
$69.08
52 Week Low
$44.29

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NGG News

BloombergSep 21

Britain and Netherlands Plan to Link Offshore Wind Farms

(Bloomberg) -- The U.K.’s National Grid Plc and Dutch power transmission operator Tennet Holding BV are developing a plan to link the two countries’ power marke
BloombergSep 18

Six Giant Tesla Batteries Keep British Lights on for First Time

(Bloomberg) -- A project using giant Tesla Inc. batteries was used to help balance supply and demand in Britain’s electricity market for the first time this we

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