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National Grid seeks proposals for default service in Massachusetts

MassachusettsElectric Co. and NantucketElectric Co., doing business as National Grid, issued on May 6 arequest for power supply proposals for default service in Massachusetts.

The company is soliciting proposals for 50% load share foreach of the six industrial customer group blocks in the SEMA, WCMA or NEMAstandard market design load zones for the Aug. 1 to Oct. 31 period.

Under a three-step procurement process, interested biddersare first required to submit their background and financial information by 5p.m. ET on May 20. Upon receipt, National grid will evaluate each respondent'squalifications and notify any respondent that does not qualify by at least onebusiness day before indicative pricing is due.

Qualified bidders are required to provide indicating pricinginformation by 10 a.m. ET on June 1 and final pricing by 10 a.m. ET on June 8.Final pricing must be valid until 1 p.m. ET.

The required documents must be sent to Jorge Ayala by emailto, by fax to 516-545-2464, or by mail toWholesale Electric Supply, National Grid, 100 East Old Country Road,Hicksville, NY 11801.

National GridUSA is a NationalGrid plc subsidiary.