In The Community
A major construction project like Power4Tomorrow: Downtown Reliability Project demands active and open communication between National Grid and affected area residents, businesses, community groups, and town officials.
To accomplish that, we’re launching a number of communication efforts and will provide a variety of ways for the public to receive information and interact with the Power4Tomorrow project team.
Visit the ‘Connect With Us‘ page on this website to learn about all the ways you can reach our team.
In addition, throughout the Power4Tomorrow project, National Grid will offer the public a series of opportunities to connect with our project team to learn more and ask questions about the work taking place in your community. Look for a schedule of those opportunities on this page, and come back to check on future opportunities as we add them.
Community Information Webinar: 2021 Construction Plans (presented 4.6.21)
We hosted a community information session on Zoom about National Grid’s 2021 construction plans. To view the presentation, click here.
Community Information Webinar: Forestry Work (recorded 6.11.20)
We hosted a community information session on Zoom about the associated tree work along the project route. During the presentation, we reviewed the relationship between our construction plans and the nearby vegetation, along with what goes into the decision making process. Participants had the opportunity to ask questions of the National Grid project team following the presentation. To view the recording, click here.
Community Information Webinar: Project Overview (recorded 5.20.20)
As National Grid enters the early phases of construction activity, we hosted a webinar on May 20 to review the latest project plans. An audio recording of the webinar is available here.
A copy of the presentation is available here.
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