Leamington Spa communications firm Summersault Communications has been appointed by National Grid to produce a new quarterly magazine.
Called Gridline, the publication is sent to members of the public who have National Grid equipment on their land. It has a readership of 32,500 and will be designed, written, edited and printed by Summersault.
Clare White, National Grid land and development policy manager said: "We have a diverse readership who are all joined by a common experience.
"We needed a publication that was going to grab people's attention and be used as a reference tool throughout the year. The Summer-sault team came up with a high quality magazine format that really hit the mark."
Gail Franks, managing director of Summersault Communications, said: "This contract further strengthens our portfolio of dedicated public-facing magazines."