National Grid


National Grid

Contents

National Grid can refer to:

Electric power transmission systems

Companies

  • National Grid plc, a United Kingdom-based utilities company with an important subsidiary in the United States
  • Power Grid Corporation of India Limited

Geosurvey

Other


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  • National Grid — Rechtsform Aktiengesellschaft ISIN GB00B08SNH34 Gründung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • National Grid — Création 1990 modifier  …   Wikipédia en Français

  • National Grid — n the National Grid the system of electricity lines across Britain …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • national grid — noun The grid (qv) of power lines in, or of lines on maps of, Great Britain • • • Main Entry: ↑nation …   Useful english dictionary

  • national grid — ► NOUN Brit. 1) the network of high voltage power lines between major power stations. 2) the metric system of geographical coordinates used in maps of the British Isles …   English terms dictionary

  • National Grid (UK) — The National Grid is the high voltage electric power transmission network in Great Britain, connecting power stations and major substations and ensuring that electricity generated anywhere in Great Britain can be used to satisfy demand elsewhere …   Wikipedia

  • national grid — n [sing] 1. the network of equipment that supplies electricity all over England, Scotland and Wales. 2. the system of horizontal and vertical lines that is used on British Ordnance Survey maps to divide the country into squares so that the… …   Universalium

  • national grid — noun An electricity transmission network servicing a whole country …   Wiktionary

  • national grid — countrywide network of electrical lines …   English contemporary dictionary

  • national grid — noun Brit. 1》 the network of high voltage power lines between major power stations. 2》 the metric system of geographical coordinates used in maps of the British Isles …   English new terms dictionary


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