America’s electric grid, formed in the early part of the 20th Century, turned the United States into an economic powerhouse. However, today 70% of our power lines are more than 30 years old, and the way that power is generated and where energy resources are located has evolved. With an increasing amount of weather-related power outages, more renewables on the grid, and the rapid transition towards the electrification of transportation, the time has come to modernize our antiquated electrical grid.
Grid United has a mission to do just what our name implies – unite the U.S. electric grid by building new long-distance, interregional transmission lines to ensure that Americans have access to low-cost power when and where it is needed. We are focused solely on accelerating the much needed expansion and modernization of America’s electric power infrastructure to build a more reliable grid, create good-paying jobs, and deliver low-cost, clean, domestically-produced energy to businesses and homeowners across the country.
We recognize that our projects will have a long-term presence in the communities where they are proposed, and we aim to foster long-term partnerships with landowners and local stakeholders. We strive to conduct ourselves in a manner that is fair and respectful and are committed to working with landowners and local residents to understand the unique characteristics of each community and property. Grid United places great importance on maintaining the relationships we build with landowners and communities as we work to fulfill the goals of enhanced grid resilience and energy security, job creation, and local economic development.
Leveraging our expertise in linear infrastructure, we seek strategic partnerships to advance opportunities to develop, construct, own, and operate transmission projects throughout the United States. Grid United believes that local utilities will often see fit to participate as owners or customers of the lines we are developing.
Our team is comprised of highly experienced professionals in the energy industry who have managed, built and financed large-scale infrastructure projects across North America.