Electrical Contractor Magazine

February 2013: Current Technology

 

A mature technology that has successfully supported a broad range of indoor and outdoor lighting app

A transformation is in the air as better built, greener schools become a focus of states and local c

The electrical contractor (EC) is usually one of the first contractors to mobilize on a construction

In the lighting field, one often hears the gospel of lighting quality.

In the late 1800s, Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse faced off in what has been called the “War

The center for Sustainable Landscapes at pittsburgh’s Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens stri

Safety professionals often discuss the concept of a safety culture but, surprisingly, have been hard

While many of us rang in the new year with a champagne toast, Washington lawmakers were busy at work


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February 2013
With all of the help and all of the hype they have enjoyed in the last few years, renewables are starting to get their proverbial legs underneath them. READ MORE
February 2013
In the lighting field, one often hears the gospel of lighting quality. We are told lighting quality should not be sacrificed for energy savings. READ MORE
February 2013
Although the “fiscal cliff” was averted late on Jan. 1, 2013, we haven’t heard the last of it. READ MORE
February 2013
Until Superstorm Sandy arrived, Con Edison operated one of the largest and most reliable electric systems in the world. But when Superstorm Sandy hit on Oct. READ MORE
February 2013
The rating of the overcurrent device must be considered when sizing a conductor. READ MORE

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February 2013