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USGBC’s goal for LEED v4.1 was to make the rating system more accessible to more projects based on lessons learned from LEED v4 project teams.\n \n
Tests relate to low-voltage aerial bundled cables and bare and insulated line wires.\n \n
You may know that American inventor George Westinghouse pioneered the advancement of alternating current (AC) power, which eventually led to the “War of the Currents” between him and rival Thomas Edison. However, AC power isn’t the only contribution\n \n
Take this weekly quiz to test your knowledge of the 2014 National Electrical Code (NEC) requirements. The Code Quiz features three questions that are presented in a True/False, Fill-in-the-Blank, or Multiple Choice format. The answer to each question\n \n
This standard covers physical, operational, maintenance, and light-distribution features that permit use of high-mast luminaires in roadway applications when specified.\n \n
Gains in renovation and repair spending predicted to shrink to 5.1{39ce7546bb6435b5acc129bc2be006c3a41ef42646aed5fa93160ec351b46523}\n \n
How well do you know the Code? Think you can spot violations the original installer either ignored or couldn’t identify? Here’s your chance to moonlight as an electrical inspector and second-guess someone else’s work from the safety of your living ro\n \n
Seven ways to jump-start your business in the new year\n \n
Many of the nation’s fastest-growing Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSAs) appear to be positioned for another year of great growth.\n \n
All references are based on the 2017 edition of the NEC.\nPoor Pool House Planning\nI’m not sure this layout was a good idea. Leaving the panelboard uncovered is definitely a bad idea. The missing panelboard cover creates a shock hazard due to the ener\n \n