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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Next month, dozens of people in various cities all across the nation will undertake the rigorous solar photovoltaic (PV) and solar thermal installer certification exams offere READ MORE
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Ever stand barefoot on pavement in the middle of the summer? If you have, you probably didn’t stay there long. READ MORE
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The Low Voltage Distribution Equipment section (LVDE) of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) announced the publication of a white paper, urging builders, READ MORE
February 2008
In the name of cost-cutting—and even customer service—many companies hide behind automated phone attendants, do not train their employees, use Web sites without live customer READ MORE
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The capacity to innovate ensures longevity for any new technology; for example, broadband access continues to show its versatility and carve new inroads. READ MORE

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