The means that transmit electricity are called cables. Cables consist of two basic elements as conductor and insulator. While the conductive part is the part where the electrons pass and form the electric current, the insulating part is the plastic construction material that surrounds the conductive wire to ensure the safety of the flowing electricity. Thanks to this insulating material, the cables are not affected by atmospheric events, they provide protection against chemical effects, water, moisture and weather conditions in the places where they are laid. Thus, the cables provide safe energy transmission for residential areas.