Electrical Contractor Magazine

February Issue 2008

 

It's hard to imagine what Newark, NJ, looked like in the 1960s, when race riots and police brutalit

In the quest for competitiveness in mainstream energy markets, higher costs continue to be a challen


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February 2008
Panda Energy Inc announced that it intends to build, own and operate a 1,000-megawatt combined-cycle power plant in an industrial-zoned area of the city of Temple, Texas. READ MORE
February 2008
Hudson County, N.J., is taking an icon of the past—the old Block Drug Headquarters in Jersey City—and resurrecting it as the county’s new administrative building for 1,100 em READ MORE
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February 2008
The Department of Energy's (DOE) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) has developed two core technologies—a fuel desulfurization system and a fuel reforming system—tha READ MORE
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February 2008
Late last year, many electric utilities announced they would offer customers discounts on compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) in a partnership with Energy Star. READ MORE
February 2008
With all the bad news about the housing and mortgage industries, writing about how to make money in residential cabling might seem untimely, but maybe not. READ MORE

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