The resilience of our network underpins the critical services we provide to you, our customers. Building a resilient network requires us to adapt to many external factors, including changing weather patterns and the threat of malicious attacks on our assets.
Collaboration is a crucial part of our resilience approach. When incidents do occur, we have well-developed plans in place to minimise disruption to our network and our customers. The recent outbreak of COVID-19 has demonstrated our ability to enact these plans and the resilience of our workforce, helping us to maintain continuity of our essential services safely.
Your feedback will help to shape our future investment priorities. As we plan for the future, join us to discuss:
- Are we demonstrating good leadership on resilience matters?
- Do our developing plans address the critical resilience concerns for our regions the energy sector and the UK overall?
- How far should we go in terms of proactively identifying and protecting against future threats?
- In response to the likelihood of more frequent and extreme weather events, how should we trade-off early investment to increased resilience against a cheaper, higher risk approach?
Head of People, Northern Powergrid
Head of Operational Performance Improvement, Northern Powergrid
Senior Emergency Planning Engineer, Northern Powergrid
IS Security and Compliance Manager, Northern Powergrid
Network Resilience Manager, Northern Powergrid