February 2012: Renovation


Energy modeling, according to the American Institute of Architects (AIA), is the practice of...

The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) reports that more than one-fourth of its...

The United States is aging, and its buildings are getting older, too. Because of...

Surveying the current state of his market, Phil Rose, president of Milwaukee-based Roman Electric...

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| February 2012
When sizing conductors, the number of current-carrying conductors installed in a raceway or cable must be considered.

| February 2012
In the past few cycles of the National Electrical Code (NEC), there have been numerous and substantial changes involving dwelling-unit receptacles and lighting outlets in 210.

| February 2012
While experimenting with high-frequency current, inventor Nikola Tesla developed an electrodeless lamp, but the concept remained largely unexplored for the next century (exce

| February 2012
It might sound simple, but it isn’t. The project is a technical challenge, far more complicated than moving a commercial business. Why?

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| February 2012
Light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have been appearing in traffic signals and vehicle headlights for years and are poised to affect another source of light we use to navigate our c