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Storm Alert

Weather forecasts are calling for heavy rain, thunderstorms, gusty winds, and the potential for flash flooding in Massachusetts today. National Grid is prepared and we urge you to be safe and ready, too. It is a good idea to always keep several working flashlights and an extra supply of batteries in your home. We also recommend charging mobile devices prior to the storm so you can stay connected in the event of a power outage.

Natural gas keeps you and your loved ones warm and comfortable. Yet like any other energy source, gas can be hazardous and must be used with caution.

Carbon Monoxide

Learn what carbon monoxide is, the symptoms of CO poisoning, and how to handle a suspected leak.

Appliance Safety

Tips for safe usage of gas appliances, appliance connectors, and space heaters.