Swalec is the South Wales Electricity board supply and distribution company that was bought by SSE in 2000 for £210m. It is now most famous for the stadium in Cardiff which carries its name.
SSE Swalec reviews, login, tariff and contact information
SSE Swalec was the operating name for SSE in Wales.
As an SSE trading name all of the review information is combined with the performance of SSE. This means that account logins, reviews, tariffs and contact information are the same as for SSE, which you can find on their relevant SSE pages.
It joins other operating names for SSE such as SSE Atlantic and Scottish Hydro which all form a part of the same group. The company now generally uses SSE for all it’s operations but you may see some of the other names on your bill.[custom_block:41]
SSE Swalec stadium in Cardiff
Until this year, SSE had a sponsorship deal with Galmorgan Cricket, Cardiff’s cricket team. The club plays at Sophia Gardens, which during the time of the sponsorship was renamed the Swalec Stadium in 2008.
The sponsorship deal was worth £1.5 million but has now sadly come to an end. The stadium has reverted to its original name until another sponsor can be found.
Hugh Morris, the chief executive of the club said that they were "actively searching" for a new sponsor from 2020.
Mr Morris added: "Our partnership with SSE has come to an end but I would like to thank them for being part of the Glamorgan family for the last 10 years and for helping to grow the game of cricket in Wales.”
This will also mean that customers of SSE Swalec will not have the previous discounts and special offers that they once had at the stadium. Customers who are part of the SSE Rewards scheme historically had received discounts on popular concerts such as Simply Red and the Kaiser Chiefs.
SSE Head of Sponsorship & Reward, Colin Banks, responded to questions about the reasons for the change saying that: “We feel that, having reviewed our long-term sponsorship strategy, the end of our contract term was a natural time for our partnership with Glamorgan to draw to a close.”