Sweb Energy was formerly known as South Western Electricity Board. In 1999, it was split up into an electricity engineering firm called Western Power Distribution. In 2003 SWEB was bought by French owned EDF Energy and SWEB was discontinued on 5 June 2006.

EDF (formerly sweb) is one of the biggest energy companies in the UK employing over 12,000 people and is the largest electricity supplier for London, the south east and the south west of England, providing power to around 5.1 million customers. EDF energy (sweb) offer their customers a range of special deals at competitive rates; benefits of EDF (Sweb) include:  

  • Read. Reduce. Reward. Scheme: Customers are rewarded for using less energy
  • Call Centres: All call centres are freephone and based in the UK
  • Nectar Points: Gain Nectar points just for being a customer of EDF (Sweb)

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