National grid energy efficiency programs recognized by federal energy and environmental agencies – Advice Eating

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WALTHAM, Mass., May 9, 2022 /3BL Media/ – National Grid has received the 2022 ENERGY STAR® Excellence in Marketing Award and the ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence – Energy Efficiency Program Delivery Award from the US Environmental Protection Agency and the US Department of Energy.

“Energy efficiency is one of the most powerful tools we have to help our customers reduce their energy bills and fight climate change,” said Helen Burt, chief customer officer, National Grid. “We have a responsibility to lead the clean energy transition for our customers and communities, and our efficiency programs are essential to that work.”

“We know we all need to work together to tackle the climate crisis, and the 2022 ENERGY STAR-winning partners show what it takes to build a more sustainable future,” said EPA Administrator Michael S. Regan. “These companies show once again that measures to support a clean energy economy can not only be good for the environment, but also for companies and customers.”

In addition to marketing energy-efficient products, National Grid was recognized for its programs in Rhode Island, where the company served over 460,000 residential customers and completed 11,750 energy assessments in 2021. The company’s energy efficiency programs in Massachusetts, New York and Rhode Island consistently rank among the highest in the nation. National Grid’s recently announced Clean Energy Vision highlights energy efficiency as one of four key pillars to making net-zero more affordable for customers and communities.

Each year, the ENERGY STAR® program recognizes a group of companies and organizations that have made an outstanding contribution to protecting the environment through outstanding energy performance.

ENERGY STAR winners are industry leaders in the production, sale and deployment of energy efficient products, homes, buildings, services and policies. These efforts are essential to combating the climate crisis and protecting public health. Winners are selected from a network of thousands of ENERGY STAR partners. For a complete list of 2022 winners and more information about the ENERGY STAR awards program, visit energystar.gov/awardwinners.

About ENERGY STAR

ENERGY STAR® is the government-supported symbol for energy efficiency and provides simple, credible and unbiased information that consumers and businesses can rely on to make informed decisions. Thousands of industrial, commercial, utility, state, and local organizations—including more than 40 percent of the Fortune 500®—rely on their partnership with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to deliver cost-saving energy efficiency solutions. Since 1992, ENERGY STAR and its partners have helped American families and businesses avoid more than $500 billion in energy costs and achieve more than 4 billion tons in greenhouse gas reductions. For more background information on the impact of ENERGY STAR, go to www.energystar.gov/impacts and for state-level information, go to www.energystar.gov/statefacts.

About National Grid National Grid (NYSE: NGG) is an electric, natural gas and clean energy utility serving more than 20 million people through its grids in New York, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. National Grid is transforming our electricity and natural gas grids with smarter, cleaner, and more resilient energy solutions to meet the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

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