Electricity flows with us

The extra-high-voltage grid forms the backbone of a secure electricity supply. Swissgrid works around the clock to ensure that it runs stably, safely and securely at all times. We operate cost efficiently and with consideration for people and the environment. We are already planning and building the grid of the future and making an important contribution to the energy transition.

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Grid projects in your area

Would you like to know which lines near you are being upgraded or extended? Enter a location in the field to find out more.

380 kV line
380 kV line
220 kV line
220 kV line
Planning area
Planning area
Existing line
Existing line
Substation
Substation

News and media releases

  • | Blog

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  • | Media release

    More energy for the Engadin and Switzerland

    Electricity has been flowing along the upgraded extra-high-voltage line between Pradella and La Punt since 11 November 2022. This will eliminate a congestion point in the Swiss transmission grid. The Pradella – La Punt line is important for the security of supply in the canton of the Grisons and in Switzerland as a whole. As an alternative measure for the project, 1,100 distribution system pylons have been dismantled in the Engadin.
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  • | Media release

    Change to the Swissgrid Executive Board as of 2023

    Maurice Dierick (58), Head of the Business Unit Market and Deputy CEO, has decided to leave Swissgrid on 30 June 2023 in order to take on new responsibilities in the energy industry.
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Our dossiers

Swissgrid's environment is demanding and at times complex. But our thematic dossiers give you a good overview of the National Grid Company's wide-ranging activities. Find out more about subjects like emissions, technologies and the grid in our dossiers.

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