Yorkshire Electricity was an electricity distribution utility in England, serving much of Yorkshire and parts of Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire.
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... Formed as the Yorkshire Electricity Board in 1948 as part of the nationalisation of the electricity industry by the Electricity Act 1947, it was privatised in 1990 as the Yorkshire Electricity Group ... The distribution company (Yorkshire Electricity Distribution Limited) was disposed of to CE Electric UK in 2001 in exchange for the supply business of Northern Electric ... is now the licensed Distribution Network Operator for the Yorkshire region ...
... Formerly Yorkshire Electricity Board ... Sold to the US company Innogy in 2001, and then acquired by the German utility RWE the following year ...
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