August Issue 2006

 


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| August 2006
Progress toward a more reliable and efficient national power grid began at the University of Arkansas as construction began on the College of Engineering’s National Center for

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| August 2006
Since the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has the power to fine and even shut down businesses for safety violations, many employers fear inspections.

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| August 2006
In June, 2006, Hawaii Governor Linda Lingle signed three bills in an ambitious renewable energy package.

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| August 2006
Commercial availability of wireless handsets that work with conventional cellular networks and 802.11 wireless local area networks (WLANs) will ultimately drive more organizat

| August 2006
Many of the 5th generation power quality monitors can continuously calculate several thousand parameters (more than most users know what to do with or really need).

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