National Grid Named One of the World's Most Ethical Companies
WALTHAM, MA February 25, 2021 /3BL Media/ – National Grid has been recognized today as one of the 2020 World’s Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute, a global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices. This marks the ninth time that National Grid has earned this award and makes the company one of only nine honorees in the energy and utilities industry.
“At National Grid our core value of ‘Doing the Right Thing’ is the fabric of every part of our business and our people,” said William Holzhauer, National Grid’s Director, US Ethics & Compliance. “I am extremely proud that this is the ninth time we have been recognized as one of the world’s most ethical companies for our commitment to a business model built on integrity for our employees, customers, and communities.”
The Ethisphere Institute rates companies based on five categories: governance, ethics and compliance programs, 3rd party risk management, corporate responsibility and leadership and reputation.
“Congratulations to everyone at National Grid for earning this recognition,” said Timothy Erblich, Ethisphere Institute’s Chief Executive Officer. “This is a moment to acknowledge the leaders working to advance corporate cultures defined by integrity and affirm those companies contributing to broader societal imperatives and the greater good.”
The Ethisphere Institute’s proprietary Ethics Quotient®, the World’s Most Ethical Companies assessment process serves as an operating framework to capture and codify the leading practices of organizations across industries and around the globe.
About National Grid
National Grid (NYSE: NGG) is an electricity, natural gas, and clean energy delivery company serving more than 20 million people through our networks in New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island. National Grid is transforming our electricity and natural gas networks with smarter, cleaner, and more resilient energy solutions to meet the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.