Electrical Contractor Magazine

April 2011: OLED Lighting

 

Some industry observers have predicted that solid-state lighting technology (SSL) will satisfy most

Decisions on the appropriate lighting source are more pervasive than most of us realize.

Building information modeling (BIM)—the software-based 3-D real-time modeling process for constructi

Energy has been the lifeblood in Texas for years.

The gradual emergence from the recession, as well as development of more efficient technology, is si


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April 2011
Public Service Electric and Gas Co. (PSE&G) marked the completion of a rooftop solar installation at the utility’s Central Division Headquarters in Somerset, N.J. READ MORE
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In 2010, the United STates represented less than 6 percent of world photovoltaics (PV) installations. READ MORE
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Electrical contractors often ask me what I think the square-foot pricing (SFP) is for a job. READ MORE
April 2011
Christmas light enthusiasts have always known not to drop what they are hanging. A broken bulb can spoil everything. Now they have another reason to be careful. READ MORE
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Electric utilities across the United States are rapidly deploying millions of smart meters as part of an industry-wide, federally supported effort to build an advanced meteri READ MORE

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