Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation
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Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation

Energy: Products
Member since: 19-10-2009

Operational Units:

  • · 300 Erie Blvd. West Syracuse, NY 13202 United States

Description

We provide electric service to approximately 1.5 million customers and natural gas service to approximately 540,000 customers in upstate New York. We are based in Syracuse, New York and are an energy distribution subsidiary of National Grid.
We, at National Grid, will be the foremost international electricity and gas company, delivering unparalleled safety, reliability and efficiency vital to the well being of our customers and communities.



We are committed to being an innovative leader in energy management and to safeguarding our global environment for future generations.

National Grid is committed to the protection and enhancement of the environment, always seeking new ways to minimise the environmental impact of our past, present and future activities.



We believe that everyone is responsible for good environmental performance. In particular:

the board has overall responsibility for protecting the environment by setting objectives for our operations, and ensuring that environmental matters are integral to the way in which we manage our business;
management provides visible leadership that promotes good environmental performance and commits the appropriate resources to achieve our environmental goals; and
we are all responsible for ensuring that our actions and behaviours protect the environment. Through the power of action we aim to create a culture where people ‘think environment’ when carrying out their daily work activities and have a respect for the environment that they can take beyond National Grid.

Company Information

Address

300 Erie Blvd. West Syracuse, NY 13202 United States

City

Syracuse

Country

United States

Contact

SVP and CFO

Phone

315-474-1511

Fax

315-460-7041

Email

info@nmpcl.com

Website

nmpc.com

Policies

  • Environmental Management Standard
  • Separed waste management
  • Low energy consumption lamps(at least 60%)
  • Low energy consumption hot water
  • Low energy consumption conditioning(cold/warm)
  • Fotovoltaic panels