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SWEB Energy, formerly South Western Electricity Board (SWEB) was a British state owned Regional Electricity Company operating in South West England which was privatised by the Thatcher government. It was bought by Southern Company in 1995.
In 1999 SWEB was split into an electricity engineering and distribution company called Western Power Distribution (which retained responsibility for the local distribution, metering and substations) and a retail energy utility that retained the SWEB brand name. It has now been discontinued.