July Issue 2006

 


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| July 2006
After four hurricanes passed through Florida in 2004, leaving a tangle of downed power lines and outages, the most reliable power source proved to be solar.

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| July 2006
Light emitting diodes (LEDs), first out in the mid-1960s, are semi-conductor devices that give off illumination through an electric current.

| July 2006
It is common knowledge that too much sun and heat are dangerous.

| July 2006
Electrical contractors install a variety of parts, material and equipment on every job, which represents almost half of the total project cost.

| July 2006
All construction sites need power in order to be built, and how they get it is what electrical contractors provide,” said Todd Stafford, senior director, National Joint Appre

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