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Tropical Storm Jose is expected to impact our coastal areas with winds of up to 55mph and several inches of rain. Please remember to stay away from downed power lines and report them immedietely to National Grid or your local authorities. Customers who lose power can report outages in the Outage Central section of our website.

Why save energy? Because it's good for business and better for everyone.

National Grid is committed to using less energy, and we want you to join us. Why?

Energy-efficient practices are good for your business. They increase your building’s property values and substantially lower your energy bills. They reduce equipment maintenance costs and create a better environment for employees. And they can even help boost your company’s image, since today’s customers prefer environmentally conscious businesses. In the bigger picture, sustainable practices bring new jobs to our economy, put less strain on our infrastructure, and help the environment. With all these benefits, it is no wonder more companies are viewing energy efficiency as an essential business asset.

Whether helping delis or data centers, we provide businesses of all types and sizes with guidance, technical assistance, no-cost energy assessments, and more.

How can you start saving right now? Check out these Energy-Saving Tips for Business.

Or learn more about our Energy Efficiency Programs and Services for Business.