The high voltage network that transports electricity from approximately 40 major power stations to the power lines (local networks) operated by lines companies.
network of wires used to distribute electricity throughout NZ
The national grid is essentially the system of high voltage power lines that connects to the power stations to send electricity around the country.
The National Grid owns the main transmission systems and is responsible for transmitting the electricity from the generator to the local RECs area. It is paid a market average of 6% for this service. All electricity generated in mainland UK is put into the National Grid before being split into the various REC areas.
The National Grid is the distribution network of electric pylons and cables that is used to transmit electricity across the country, wherever it is needed. Producing Electricity
A network of electricity supply lines that stretch from the power stations generating electricity to the place that the electricity is used. E.g. homes, factories, shops, railways.
The sum of all the connected transmission systems and distribution systems within the participating jurisdictions. In Australia the National Grid stretches from Queensland through NSW, the ACT and Victoria, to South Australia. The grid makes it easy to establish trading across state boundaries, which is done through the National Electricity Market (NEM).
The transmission network that transports high-voltage electricity from the major power stations to the local distribution networks operated by lines companies. It is also known as the grid and is owned by state-owned enterprise, Transpower.
A huge network of wires and cables which bring electricity from a power station into our homes, schools, shops and factories
National Grid USA (NGUSA) is a utility in the United States. NGUSA is a wholly owned subsidiary of National Grid plc, an international, London-based company. The utility operates electricity transmission across 29,000 miles and delivers electricity and natural gas to areas of the Northeast states of New York, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire, serving about 4 million customers with electrical power, including 550,000 customers with natural gas in upstate New York.