In a speech titled “Stronger and Smarter Energy Networks: Building Resiliency, Driving Growth, and Advancing Sustainability in a Rapidly Changing World,” Holliday will address how National Grid is helping to shape the future of energy here in the Northeast as well as in the United Kingdom, BC said.
Holliday is expected to discuss extreme weather and the need for energy infrastructure resiliency, evolving energy sources of supply, and modernizing the electricity and gas networks.
He also plans to share his view on the partnership both businesses and the public sector will play in creating the utility of the future.
John F. Fish, chairman and chief executive of Suffolk Construction, will be the host of the event, BC said.
National Grid is multinational energy company based in London with a presence in the northeastern part of the US. Revenues for its last fiscal year were $22.9 billion.
In Massachusetts, National Grid has 1.2 million electricity customers and 850,000 natural gas customers.