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COVID-19 Information

As conditions evolve, we are taking precautionary actions to mitigate exposure and reduce the impact of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) on our customers and employees. We remain committed to providing safe and reliable service to our customers, and we are doing our part to protect the communities where we live and serve.

To learn more, and stay updated on National Grid’s efforts, visit our dedicated page: ngrid.com/covid-19.

Energy Innovation Hub

The National Grid Energy Innovation Hub is a collaborative, community space designed to elevate the conversation around the future of energy and the environment. The Hub offers interactive exhibits where Rhode Islanders can learn how they can take action towards creating a clean energy future.

The Energy Innovation Hub is a collaboration space to engage in conversations about energy. Businesses and other organizations may use the space for meetings of up to 30 attendees. Tables, chairs, conference calling, and presentations may be accommodated. School groups and after-school programs are invited to explore the space and learn more about renewable energy and energy efficiency through our interactive exhibits and informative lectures by our interns. Groups may schedule appointments by contacting us via email or phone.. Meetings can be reserved outside of normal business hours. Walk-ins are always welcome during our normal business hours. 

The Hub’s exhibits display information about a variety of energy topics, including: energy savings tips, energy efficiency, renewable energy, electric vehicles, grid demand response, and ways to reduce energy bills.

Visitors can sign up for a no-cost home energy assessment and learn about the impact their energy choices have on the ultimate goal of a clean energy future.