July 2010: The 2010 Profile of the Electrical Contractor

 

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One of the first things you discover when reading NFPA 72 (2010),...


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| July 2010
Creating catalysts that can operate efficiently and last a long time is a big barrier to taking fuel-cell technology from the lab bench to the assembly line.

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| July 2010
The California State Assembly passed AB 2514, legislation that members hope will create a smarter electric grid, increase the use of renewable energy, save Californians money

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| July 2010
Duke Energy, an electric utility for the Southeast and Midwest, has finalized an agreement with the Department of Energy (DOE) for $204 million in American Recovery and Reinv

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| July 2010
Gexpro, Shelton, Conn., is holding “Energy Summits” across the United States to educate electrical contractors, facility managers, building owners and government buyers how b

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| July 2010
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that stand-alone data centers and buildings that house large data centers can now earn the Energy Star label.

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