NATIONAL GRID UNVEILS FUTURE HOME OF SUSTAINABILITY HUB Smart Energy Solutions Program Brings Together Local Colleges, Art Students and Vendors to Help Deliver Customer BenefitsWORCESTER, Mass. – National Grid today unveiled plans for the future home of its Sustainability Hub, a 2,200 square-foot facility centrally located within the company’s smart grid pilot area in Worcester, Mass. The space, located at 912 Main Street, has been donated by Clark University and will connect the community and customers under one roof to provide interactive education about energy efficiency and emerging technologies. It is an integral part of the company’s smart grid pilot – now known as the Smart Energy Solutions Program – for 15,000 customers who choose to participate.
National Grid’s program, which was developed in partnership with customers, the city of Worcester and other key parties, provides participating customers with a new level of choice and control over their energy use through advanced technology, with the goal of empowering customers to save energy, potentially increasing electric service reliability and improving response to power outages. Full Story >>>