General Cable has joined the National Electrical Energy Testing Research and Applications Center (NEETRAC). NEETRAC is a widely recognized, member-supported electric energy research, development, and testing center at Georgia Tech.
“Building strong collaborative relationships supports our strategic commitment to research and development,”said Jay Lahman, Vice President and General Manager, General Cable Utility Products. By joining the ranks of leading utilities and manufacturers, General Cable looks forward to advancing the development of new technologies that will be instrumental in improving the electric grid’s safety, reliability, and efficiency.”
A collaborative relationship with NEETRAC will create opportunities for General Cable to partner on solutions for energy and power-delivery challenges, and an opportunity to stay informed on the most advanced technologies available to the electric-power industry.
Rick Hartlein, NEETRAC Director and Management Board Chair, said “We are pleased to have General Cable as an official member of our organization. We know how electric power systems work and innovative wire and cable partners such as General Cable bring product solutions, advanced material science, and industry-recognized testing knowledge to the collaborative partnership.”