Arushi Sharma National Grid ranks in Newsweek’s Green Rankings

Kudos to National Grid for being globally recognized as the top green utility in Newsweek’s 2011 Green Rankings Report. Newsweek evaluated companies based on environmental impact, environmental management, and disclosure. National Grid ranked 167 out of 500 worldwide companies, and was the top-scoring in the utility sector.  Factors considered in the ranking included emissions of greenhouse gases, water use, and solid waste disposal. The ranking recognizes and commends National Grid’s corporate responsibility and contribution to society.

Arushi Sharma

About Arushi Sharma

Arushi Sharma is Associate Counsel, Energy & Environment, in the Regulatory Affairs group at American Gas Association, representing AGA's natural gas distribution member companies on issues before the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, Environmental Protection Agency, Commodity Futures Trading Commission, Department of Energy, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and other regulatory entities. She also addresses policy initiatives as part of the Policy & Planning Department at AGA, working on issues including responsible shale gas development, tax reform, and judicial developments affecting energy markets, environmental compliance, and administrative procedure. Before joining AGA, Arushi worked for the Chief Counsel for Regulatory Affairs at the National Marine Manufacturers Association and for Tax Counsel at the Tax Foundation. Arushi has spent time in international consulting, banking, publishing, environmental science and law, and tax law and policy fields. Arushi received a J.D. from the George Mason University School of Law and bachelors degrees in Economics, International Relations, and Environmental Management from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Delhi. You can follow her views and news on natural gas law & policy on her twitter account at @law4natgas
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