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National Grid PLC
20 September 2019
20 September 2019
Investor teach-in on National Grid's US regulated businesses
National Grid will today host an Investor teach-in to provide a detailed understanding of its US regulated businesses.
The teach-in will highlight National Grid's continued strong growth prospects in the US, where asset growth is expected to be over 8% for the medium-term. The US energy industry needs significant levels of investment to modernise ageing networks, and around 80% of the total US gas and electric investment is to improve asset health and reliability. In today's presentations, we will demonstrate how we are creating value through this investment for customers and shareholders with a strong focus on efficiency, affordability and enhancing customer experience.
The second major investment driver in the US is to decarbonize energy and facilitate the growth in renewables. We will highlight our goals and initiatives to enable this transition alongside showcasing how we are contributing to the development of regulatory frameworks to achieve these goals.
Following today's presentation in London, the event will be repeated in New York on Monday, 23 September.
No material updates on current trading will be provided.
All presentations will be made available on National Grid's investor website at 8:30am today (http://investors.nationalgrid.com). A video recording of the event will also be made available on Tuesday, 24 September.
Investors and Analysts
Aarti Singhal +44 (0) 20 7004 3170 +44 (0) 7989 492 447 (m)
Will Jackson +44 (0) 20 7004 3166 +44 (0) 7584 206 578 (m)
James Flanagan +44 (0) 20 7004 3129 +44 (0) 7970 778 952 (m)
Jonathan Clay +44 (0) 20 7004 3460 +44 (0) 7899 928 247 (m)
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