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Reroy Cables to promote professional wiring

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Reroy Cables Limited, an indigenous cables manufacturing giant, has congratulated all Electrical Wiring Professionals, who have been duly certified by the energy commission.

In line with the Ghana Electrical Wiring Regulations 2011, (L.I. 2008) passed into law by Parliament in 2012, the energy commission, as one of the responses to the spate of electrical fires that had occurred in the country, seeks to regulate and ensure that only properly qualified and certified professionals engage in electrical wiring and installation works.

Since the introduction of the professional course, the energy commission has certified 6,000 wiring professionals in three main areas thus Commercial, Domestic and Industrial wiring.In a press statement issued last week, Reroy cables assured all electricians across the country about its willingness to help enforce the Electrical Wiring Regulations.

According to the press release, Reroy cables through the collaboration of its subsidiaries is well placed to ensure all electricians who have not enrolled for the program to do so in order to streamline standards that would promote the safety of persons, property and livestock.

The company is ready to support non certified electricians undergo professional training.

Reroy group subsidiaries includes; Reroy Cables, Reroy Energy, Reroy Metal, Reroy Power. Reroy cables incorporated in 1992 and commenced business as an importer and distributor of Electrical Cables and Accessories. Reroy Cables is a leader in the development, design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of copper and alu3 minum cables for the energy, industrial, specialty and communications markets. 

As one of the largest cable manufacturers in the country, Reroy Cable and its sister companies are constantly expanding their products range as a major supplier of power and telecommunication cables both local and international.

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