The rapid expansion of smart grid infrastructure and the ongoing retrofitting of aging transmission networks are set to stimulate greater adoption of conventional overhead conductors. These conductors are increasingly favored due to their advantageous attributes, including enhanced tensile strength, superior sag resistance, and cost-effective design. These qualities are play a significant role in promoting the extensive use of these products, particularly in the construction of long-span transmission lines.
The consistent growth in long-distance transmission lines and the increasing use of superconducting cables, driven by the growing demand for improved transmission networks, are expected to be significant factors driving higher product demand. Ongoing initiatives aimed at grid infrastructure modernization, involving the deployment of advanced conductors and control technologies, will also contribute to the favorable business outlook in this sector.