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Electrical distribution: Thomas & Betts brochure highlights engineered solutions for renewable energy facilities.

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Electrical power distribution: Thomas & Betts (T&B)’s brochure, “Electrical Solutions for Renewable Energy,” outlines the company’s product solutions for wind farms and solar voltaic systems that support safe and continuous operation, reduce costs and protect distribution systems.

The brochure is organized around product groupings that provide solutions to specific challenges encountered in renewable energy facilities, such as safety, cost reduction and continuous operation, among others. It also indicates which T&B product lines are designed to address each of these issues, as well as the services and training T&B offers to support many of these lines.

“Thomas & Betts is committed to the success of renewable energy,” said Chad Smith, vice president, product management and engineering, at Thomas & Betts. “Its success depends on making wind and voltaic power more efficient, reliable and economical. We provide these solutions by making our products from high-quality materials with designs that reduce the number of parts, reduce and simplify installation, and reduce maintenance costs. We also provide training for the correct installation and maintenance of our products.”

Thomas & Betts Corporation, a member of the ABB Group, is a global leader in the design, manufacture and marketing of essential components used to manage the connection, distribution, transmission and reliability of electrical power in utility, industrial, commercial, and residential applications. With a portfolio of more than 200,000 products marketed under more than 45 premium brand names, Thomas & Betts products are found wherever electricity is used.

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