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BEMCO LTD

BEMCO LTD

The British Electrical and Manufacturing Company Limited (Bemco) originated as the Tyneside Electrical Supply Company, which was established in 1893 in Newcastle upon Tyne.  It was formed by two partners, to supply electrical equipment to industrial users in the North East of England and as a purchasing company for one of the first organisations in the world to cut coal by electricity, the Electrical Coal Cutting Contract Corporation.

British Power International

British Power International

At British Power International we have a long tradition of providing expertise in energy to governments, not-for-profit agencies, regulatory authorities and private companies.

Our distinctive capability is in the technical, commercial and strategic aspects of the production, supply and distribution of power. Our expertise is in energy; our work is focussed on power; our reach is worldwide. Based in the UK, we operate in Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas.

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