SEEBOARD


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SEEBOARDSouth Eastern Electricity Board (UK)
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EDF Energy announced it was eliminating a surcharge for electricity customers with a pre-pay meter in the London Electricity, Seeboard and Sweb areas.
Garston-based 7C will be responsible for sales of electricity and gas to residential customers outside Seeboard's traditional heartland of Kent and Sussex.
JOBS DELIGHT: Seeboard's Ali Goodall with Scott Henricks and Leanne Carney at 7C hi-tech call centre in Garston
AEP gained ownership of the business two years ago through its merger with the then owner of Seeboard, US firm Central and South West.
REC Owned by From/to South Western Southern Company of July 1995 to Today Electricity (SWEB) Atlanta Seeboard Central South West November 1995 to (CSW) of Dallas Today Midlands Electricity General Public Utility May 1996 to Today (GPU) of Morristown, NJ East Midlands Dominion Resources, November 1996 to Electricity (EME) of Richmond, Virginia June 1998 London Electricity Entergy, of New December 1996 to Orleans January 1999 Northern Electric Calenergy of Nebraska December 1996 to Today Yorkshire Electricity American Electric February 1997 to Power of Columbus, Today Ohio and Public Service Colorado, of Denver Eastern Group/The Texas Utilities May 1998 to Today Energy Group U.K.
Fergie was appalled when she found out that power company Seeboard were charging pounds 15,500 for laying a cable just 100 yards long.
Recently, CSW further expanded its global presence with the acquisition of SEEBOARD, plc, an electric utility in the southern region of England serving about 2-million customers.
Electricity Distribution Before (1971-1990) and After (1990-1993) Privatisation Regional Electricity Malmquist Productivity Growth Company before privatisation after privatisation London 0.042 0.045 SEEBOARD 0.027 0.039 Southern 0.036 0.036 South Western 0.022 0.012 South Wales 0.022 0.061 MANWEB 0.025 0.078 Eastern 0.025 0.117 East Midlands 0.025 -0.039 Midlands 0.022 0.022 NORWEB 0.021 0.017 Yorkshire 0.024 0.016 Northern 0.019 0.045 Source: Burns and Weyman-Jones (1994)
A number of links with other retailers have been forged, such as concessions in out-of-town DIY superstores -- for example, Norweb and Eastern in Do-It-All; Seeboard in Homebase.
We are delighted with the quality of people we attract in the North East and this is an opportunity too good to miss." EDF Energy, which was formed by the merger of SEEBoard, London Energy and SWEB in 2003 and is the UK subsidiary of French energy giant EDF, has had a base in Sunderland for a number of years.
Customers of EDF Energy, which takes in the old SWEB, Seeboard and London Energy areas, can apply for help with bills and for grants towards essential household items.