What is the National Grid (GCSE Physics)

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What is the National Grid?
The National Grid is a highvoltage electric power transmission
network in Great Britain. It is connecting power stations and major
substations to generate the electricity anywhere in Great Britain.
There are also undersea interconnections to northern France,
Northern Ireland, and the Isle of Man .
So, how does the National Grid actually work?
The National Grid works like this:


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