Distributor Wire & Cable Makes Wind Energy a Focus
on: May 13, 2009, 2:44 am
Author: Sheila Gentile
CO. May 12, 2009 - Due to the increasing popularity and need for
alternative energy sources, Distributor Wire & Cable has decided
to stock inventory specifically used for the wind farm industry.
Beyond just a business decision, DWC also viewed this as part
of their efforts towards being social responsible.
“Although we’re not a pioneer in this growing form
of energy, we do believe it’s a necessity to search for
alternative energy sources outside of coal and other environmentally
damaging energy producers. It’s critical that every business
does their part to protect our planet,” said Bryce Huett,
Owner of Distributor Wire & Cable.
Major proponents of alternative energy include entrepreneur and
advocate T. Boone Pickens. For decades he has been at the fore
front of this battle by encouraging businesses and the government
to explore a variety of energy sources. The most popular in alternative
energy is wind generated power. It’s been shown that its
annual growth rate is 29% which makes wind power the country’s
largest source of new energy. With no byproducts such as hazardous
or toxic wastes, and the fact that it doesn’t need fuel
of any type, makes it an extremely green option. In addition,
with no cost needed to produce wind besides in the collection
of its energy, it’s a long term winner over all other energy
“Wind is a free, inexhaustible energy that does not have
the price volatility as the normal traditional fuels do,”
Bryce goes on to say. “With the increased use of wind power
it is only natural that the ripple effect caused will in time
help to lower the costs of other resources such as electricity,
fossil fuels and natural gas by driving down the demand.”
In order to help build and support growing wind farms, Distributor
Wire is now stocking Diesel
Locomotive Cable, or “DLO” as it’s
commonly referred to. DLO cable is usually used to run power between
generators and transformers as well as to provide energy to various
motorized devices. DWC is also carrying SOOW
portable cord and tray
cable for running turbine control and instrumentation.
Medium and high voltage cables, along with Aluminum ACSR, are
stocked for power transmission for various applications. These
are only a few of the many options available to the electrical
wholesaler at Distributor Wire & Cable for the wind farm industry.
To learn more about Distributor Wire & Cable, and the products
they offer to the electrical wholesaler, visit www.distributorwire.com
or call 888-439-2947.
Details: 14300 E 35th Place Suite#104
Aurora, CO. 80011