National Grid resets review

National Grid has restarted its review for its approximately $13.7 million a year (£9 million) stakeholder roster after an agency complaint.

National Grid has restarted its review for its approximately $13.7 million a year (£9 million) stakeholder roster after an agency complaint.

PRWeek UK revealed last September that the electricity and gas network was looking to revamp its roster, which includes Camargue, Grayling, Local Dialogue, 3G Communications, and JBP.

However, it is thought the process was restarted following an appeal from JBP. PRWeek UK understands that before the appeal, National Grid had narrowed 90 agencies down to 50 following pre-qualification questions and JBP did not make the second round.

“To make it fair, we decided to ensure everyone had the same information,” said Chris Mostyn, head of corporate media relations at National Grid.

This story originally appeared on the website of PRWeek UK, the sister outlet of PRWeek at Haymarket Media.

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