February 2011: Renovation

 

Part 1 of this series covered the most significant National Electrical Code (NEC)...

The nation’s nearly 130 million homes generate more than 20 percent of our...

While the term “retrocommissioning” (RCx) is being heard with more frequency, electrical contractors...

Electrical contractors have seen the bright lights of opportunity borne by involvement...

If you have a problem related to the National Electrical Code (NEC),...


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| February 2011
Part 1 of this series covered the most significant National Electrical Code (NEC) revisions in Article 90, Chapter 1. Part 2 addressed Chapter 2. Part 3 dealt with Chapter 3.

| February 2011
When inspiration strikes, I like to select certain sections and articles in the National Electrical Code (NEC) that apply to a particular subject and look at their applicatio

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| February 2011
Energy standards implemented by the Department of Energy (DOE) and the Energy Policy Act of 2005 largely eliminated the manufacture and importation of fluorescent T12 magnetic

| February 2011
As I discussed in last month’s column, Article 310, covering conductors for general wiring, has been totally rewritten for the 2011 National Electrical Code (NEC).

| February 2011
In the face of the juggernaut moving toward green power, one question looms unanswered: What will become of coal?

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