Darlene Bremer

Freelance Writer

Darlene Bremer, a freelance writer based in Solomons, Md., contributes frequently to ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR. She can be reached at 410.610.7164 and darbremer@comcast.net.

Articles by Darlene Bremer

December 2006
Rydalch Electric gets in on the excitement of Cabela’s startup: READ MORE
November 2006
Who Really Needs One? Simply put, an uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a device that provides battery backup when the electrical power falls to unacceptable voltage levels. There are currently three types of UPS systems available that provide different levels of protection, depending on the needs of the application. READ MORE
October 2006
Mona Electric Group collaborates on luxury hotel project READ MORE
October 2006
Public project built with Cannon & Wendt pride READ MORE
October 2006
Illumination options for warehouses and light industrial facilities  In the United States, the market for industrial-type lighting products used in new construction has been estimated at up to $1 billion for 2006, and future growth in warehouse construction is projected to be around 10 percent, according to Kurt Vogel, vice president of industrial lighting for Lithonia Lighting, Conyers, Ga. READ MORE
September 2006
HURRICANE RITA, which hit the U.S. Gulf Coast in September 2005 and caused $10 billion in damage, is the fourth-most intense Atlantic hurricane ever recorded, and was the third Category 5 hurricane of the 2005 season. Rita made landfall on Sept. 24 near the Texas-Louisiana border as a Category 3 storm before continuing on through parts of southeast Texas. READ MORE
September 2006
Northside Electric relocates power service without disrupting hospital business As the only academic medical center in central Virginia, the Virginia Commonwealth University Health System (VCUHS) is a regional teaching institution that provides patients with access to some of the most advanced state-of-the-art treatments and technologies available. READ MORE
September 2006
Power Solutions helps builds green community center IN 2004, THE COUNTY OF Arlington, Va., located just outside Washington, D.C., decided to build a new community center to provide recreational programs and an adult facility for senior citizens. READ MORE
September 2006
ARC-FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTERS (AFCIs) first made their appearance in the National Electrical Code (NEC) in 1999, with a mandatory effective date of Jan. 1, 2002. Research—conducted by Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) for the U.S. READ MORE

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