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Seeboard Energy, formerly South Eastern Electricity Board (SEEB), was a British electricity company. SeeBoard was one of twelve Area Boards created when the power industry in the UK was nationalised by the Electricity Act 1947, over 600 electric power companies were merged into twelve. In 1990, the Area Electricity Boards were changed to independent Regional Electricity Companies and Seeboard Energy was formed. Then in 1990 the Regional Electricity Companies were privatised. Seeboard Energy was later bought by EDF Energy and merged with London Electricity and SWEB Energy as EDF Energy, the UK division of Électricité de France. The Seeboard Energy brand was eventually discontinued in 2006. Seeboard Powerlink, a subsidiary company owned by Seeboard Energy, was awarded a 30-year contract to operate, maintain, finance and renew London Underground's high-voltage power distribution network and Seeboard Powerlink became responsible for distribution of high-voltage electricity supplies to London Underground's 270 stations and more than 400 kilometres of track.

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