December 2013: Lighting Special Report

 

The benefits of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as a brighter, more efficient alternative to fluorescent lamps...

In the future, windows may not only serve the primary functions of allowing light indoors...

LED illumination is adding drama to corporate campuses.

It’s a little like the chicken and the egg when you ask who sets lighting...

As the LED revolution continues to proliferate with new lighting solutions that compete with conventional...

In a YouTube video, two psychology professors staged a playful indoor exercise featuring six men...

The opportunity in the LED retrofit market is enormous, and the missteps made in rushing...

Maxis 510 Wire Wagon loader with wire, tools and supplies

Electricians frequently find themselves on job sites without a place to lay out plans and...

According to the U.S. Energy Information Association’s most recent Commercial Buildings Energy Consumption Survey (CBECS),...


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| December 2013
In the future, windows may not only serve the primary functions of allowing light indoors and conserving heat or cooling, but they may also capture enough solar power to meet

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| December 2013
Tap conductor rules are located in Article 240 in the National Electrical Code (NEC).

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| December 2013
 Fixture by fixture, lighting in American cities is transitioning from the traditional metal halide domain to light-emitting diodes (LEDs), not only on city streets, but also

| December 2013
While they may not be exciting, standards do as much for progress as technological innovations.

| December 2013
“If you have been waiting on the sidelines, now is the time to engage, because there’s no turning back,” according to “Achieving Spatial Coordination through BIM—A Guide for S

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