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Lighting professionals can now pinpoint specific market segments (retail, industrial, office, and educational facilities) through the National Association of Innovative Lighting Distributors’ redesigned Lighting Specialist (LS II) program.\n\n\nread more\n \n
National Grid, Waltham, Mass., recently announced the launch of a new program that will support building designers, engineers, contractors, trade and other professionals in achieving energy-savings goals.\n\n\nread more\n \n
The IEEE Tulsa Section and IEEE Region 5 Continuing Education Committee are sponsoring an 8-hour seminar focusing on the major changes in the 2017 edition of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC).\n\n\nread more\n \n
A total of 23 Warren Easton Charter High School seniors recently received the Residential Electrician Certificate of Technical Studies (CTS) from Delgado Community College in New Orleans a week before they graduated from high school.\n\n\nread more\n \n
When sizing circuit breakers, fuses, and conductors for a general AC motor branch circuit, National Electrical Code (NEC) Sec. 430.6(A)(1) stipulates that the currents indicated in the current tables at the end of Art. 430 must be used to determine the ratings instead of the actual nameplate current rating.\n\n\nread more\n \n
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recently announced energy-efficiency progress made by the 345 leading public and private sector organizations in the Better Buildings Challenge. These efforts have led to a combined 240 trillion Btus and an estimated $1.9 billion in cumulative energy and cost savings.\n\n\nread more\n \n
Before trying to start a motor under load, you should verify that it can be done.\n\n\nread more\n \n
Take this weekly quiz to test your knowledge of the 2014 National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements.\n\nread more\n \n
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