Electrical Contractor Magazine

March Issue 2009

 

With a residential market in search of a pulse, finding opportunities is daunting at best.


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March 2009
Old habits die hard, as the saying goes, and for all the talk of saving energy and the planet, modifying people’s behavior may still prove to be the biggest challenge. READ MORE
March 2009
Although the hyperbole of the recent elections is past us, one of the buzzwords that gained momentum in the process was the term “smart grid.” I agree with those in the elect READ MORE
March 2009
Three years after Hurricane Rita, while electrical contractors in southern Texas were still repairing and replacing damaged electrical systems, Hurricane Ike surged into Galv READ MORE
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March 2009
Energy-efficiency programs in the United States could realistically reduce the rate of growth for electricity consumption by 22 percent over the next two decades if key barrie READ MORE
March 2009
According to the US Department of Energy's Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), daylight harvesting technology can offer significant energy savings by off READ MORE

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