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Power & Alternative Energy Solutions

We represent the finest manufacturers for the power & alternative energy industry

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We Carry a Full Line of Power & Energy Products from Top Manufacturers

By taking the time to ensure that the right products are specified for every application, Cusick Electrical Sales representatives play a vital role in your organization’s continued success. Whether they’re guiding customers in the selection of products for a new or existing power plant, or working with OEMs to select exactly the right product for their equipment or system, we make a point to be part of the solution.

Manufacturers for Alternative Energy

Recent Case Studies

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Solar Power in Russia

CUSTOMER CHALLENGE Russia has launched an ambitious state program of power generation development. The first PV installation was built in Russia in 2010 for residential

Engineers on a solar power station

Solar-Powered Shopping Mall

CUSTOMER CHALLENGE Using solar power to power a shopping mall is a great idea. Malls, with their large expanses of flat roof space, are a

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Guayaquil Hospital, Ecuador

CUSTOMER CHALLENGE The Government of Ecuador built a brand-new hospital in the coastal city of Guayaquil as part of its commitment to improve the healthcare

Mersen Solar Products

A global leader with a century of experience, Mersen brings expertise and innovation to your company.

Protect your solar power investment by using electrical components specifically designed for PV applications.

3 Steps to Save Time on Your Next Nuclear Plant Outage

Nuclear power is now a significant energy source across the globe.

As demand for electricity grows amidst a shift to clean energy, many governments and regulatory agencies are looking to nuclear as a critical option. Since new construction is mostly cost-prohibitive, plants must stay in commission for longer while increasing output.