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Former Director of Communications National Grid Ventures

Justin currently serves as Director of Communications for National Grid Ventures, the competitive arm of National Grid which focuses on accelerating our clean energy future. He focuses on both...

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National Grid today announced the launch of National Grid Renewables through its competitive, non-regulated National Grid Ventures unit. National Grid Renewables is focused on developing, owning and operating large-scale renewable energy assets, including solar, onshore wind and battery storage, across the United States.

This rollout builds on National Grid's acquisition of Geronimo Energy, a leading wind and solar developer in North America, in July 2019, further underscoring the company's commitment to decarbonizing the energy system. More details at the link below.

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Jim Stack on Oct 16, 2020

Great news Justin. Do they also plan to utilize hydro which is big in NYS where they cover much of the area. 

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