We have one of the most reliable electricity systems in the world and it's all down to our team of incredible people. Read their stories and find out more about how we're building an inclusive and collaborative culture here at National Grid ESO. 

As Great Britain’s electricity system operator, we move electricity around the country to where it’s needed, when it’s needed.

We have a vital role. Think about all the ways in which we use electricity, from charging our appliances, to powering our homes, schools and businesses - we keep Britain running.

It’s thanks to our team of amazing people that we have one of the most reliable electricity systems in the world.

We work with a whole range of experts, including engineers, academics and industry professionals so that we can safely deliver affordable and clean energy to customers.

As we build a greener electricity system of the future, one that can run on zero carbon by 2025, our people know they are shaping the future for generations to come.

Read their stories and find out what it's like to be part of the National Grid ESO family.

No. of employees
10.6 years
Tenure of employees
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Come and work with us

The UK has set out its ambition to be net zero by 2050 and the energy industry is responding – together we are building a cleaner, greener Britain. We need people with passion and potential to help us win the race against climate change.

Wherever you are in your career, National Grid ESO is a great place to work. You’ll be part of an organisation with a clear purpose, an inclusive and collaborative culture, and you’ll have access to industry leading training and development.

Find out what it's like to be part of the ESO family

Oliwia Milek, Energy Forecasting Manager

Oliwia leads the energy forecasting team which predicts electricity demand using historical demand data and real time weather information.

Mark Jones, Black Start Engineer

Mark is responsible for making sure that we can restart Great Britain’s electricity system from a total blackout. It’s something which hasn’t happened before in the UK and would be highly unlikely, but it’s a possibly we have to be prepared for.

Jay Ramachandran, Power Systems Engineer

Jay and his team manage system operational risk and performance and look at how our system responds to changes in the energy industry. He led a project that focussed on connecting small scale renewable generation to the network which was the first study of its kind and saved consumers £26 million.

Andrew Richards, Modelling and Insight Manager

Alongside his job as Modelling and Insight Manager, Andrew works on policies relating to space weather and how these extremely unusual occurrences could affect Great Britain’s electricity grid.