Energy Market

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Energy markets today strive to operate more efficiently and cost-effectively in response to growing energy demands and competition. At the same time, the market calls for enhanced reliability for reduced risk of power failure and innovative technology to secure energy supply well into the future.

For more than 100 years, General Cable has engineered and manufactured high quality cables for the energy marketplace. From fuel exploration and processing of natural resources to building generation plants, electrical grids and delivering power, General Cable’ s BICC® and Brand Rex Brand electric utility, nuclear and industrial wire and cable products satisfy virtually every cabling requirement within the energy marketplace.

Our comprehensive approach to servicing the needs of today's energy market includes:

Evolutionary inventory management, supply, freight and pricing programs to help you stay ahead of consumer demands.

  • Dedicated teams of engineers, customer service managers and regional sales people to provide hands-on assistance and expertise that help you make cost-effective decisions.
  • Continuous improvement of manufacturing processes and product reliability through comprehensive testing and analysis at our dedicated technology center.
  • Steadfast commitment to advancement in material science through the R&D of innovative compounds for low-, medium- and high-voltage cables.

Power Transmission and Distribution

Power Generation

Hot Off The Press

Underground or Overhead? Issues of Cost & Reliability

A featured article published in ElectroIndustry ~ November 2012

Click here to read more about what Dennis Doss, General Cable Technical Marketing Director, Electric Utility 

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Over land, over sea, overcoming solar, wind power transmission challenges ~ Q & A with General Cable's Craig Snyder, Vice President - OEM Sales.

Sage Supplier ~ November/December 2012 

Read on to learn how General Cable is Your Renewable Energy Cable Partner.

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