Swalec (which stands for South Wales Electricity) is an electricity company supplying Wales which was bought out in 2000 by SSE Group.
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SSE, parent company to Swalec, earned the third-highest score in our Customer Satisfaction awards in Overall Customer Satisfaction. They supply gas and electricity throughout the UK.
Latest price change
SSE (Swalec's parent company) announced a price rise of 8.2% on both gas and electricity that will go into effect on the 15th of November 2013 and adds £111 to the average SSE dual-fuel customer.
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Swalec's parent company, SSE, last raised its prices in October 2012, when the supplier increased rates by 9%. Before that, the SSE Group reduced its gas tariffs by 4.5% in March 2012.
And, previous to that, the supplier increased its gas prices by 18% or £118 on gas and 11% or £49 on electricity from September 2011.
Swalec is owned by SSE which manages one of the largest distribution networks in the UK, servicing more than 10 million customers. The company was formed in December 1998 following the merger of Scottish Hydro Electric and Southern Electric.
How do Swalec generate energy?
Average from all UK suppliers
Green (renewable) energy is from sources such as wind, solar and hydro-electric. Information taken from the Energy Saving Trust.
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