Power and Control Cable Market is expected to demonstrate sturdy growth through 2032, primarily owing to the expansion of smart grid networks. In addition, constant measures taken by several governments to refurbish conventional grid infrastructure and increasing application of power and control cables in facets such as airport lighting, EV charging, mining, petrochemical refineries, earth-moving machinery, submarine power, and transmission will add impetus to the market in the next ten years.

Overall, the power and control cable industry has been segmented in terms of product, voltage, application, and region.

Based on the product, the power cable segment is anticipated to witness sturdy growth. Power cables are constantly gaining traction across the industry as they transfer energy from a source to equipment. These cables are generally used in urban underground power grids, internal power supply for mining and industrial enterprises, power station outlet lines, and power lines under river water.

By voltage, the medium-voltage cable segment is estimated to register notable gains during the next ten years. The segmental growth can be attributed to the wide range of applications of medium-voltage cables across various industrial, commercial, and utility sections. Besides, extreme flexibility and durability and insulation that guards against moisture, heat and ozone, fortification against abrasion, oil, and impact would push the product adoption in the ensuing years. Additionally, easy installation, superior flex life, long-lasting, tested electrically for safety, and tinned copper conductors for better flexibility are some of the key factors slated to add impetus to the market demand.

Considering the application, the power plant segment will grow considerably through 2032. Power plants are crucial for all industries that depend on energy processes. Constant expansion and deployment of energy grid networks, coupled with generating electricity locally in small power plants, will offer substantial growth prospects to the industry.

For instance, there are more than 9,200 electricity-generating units in the USA, and these grids have over 600,000 miles of transmission lines, with the capacity of generating more than 1 million MW. The Office of Electricity is further working along with its partners to improve, strengthen, and transform the energy infrastructure.

Regionally, the Europe power and control cable industry is slated to depict over 6% CAGR between 2023-2032. The regional market growth will be due to constantly shifting trends towards adopting energy-efficient technologies. Fundamental changes occurring in European power demand and supply will also be a critical factor supporting the market’s growth in the region. Besides, the investments in Europe’s T&D retrofitting sector will be significantly impacted by the increase in energy demand, which will also affect the sectoral development in the coming years.