Electrical Contractor Magazine

March 2011: Residential

 

To borrow a horse-racing metaphor, electric vehicles (EVs) have barely left the starting gate in the

Homeowners, driven by many factors—such as the desire to reduce fossil fuel use, improve the efficie

Just a few years ago, home automation control systems were seen as toys for the tech-savvy rich.

It should come as little surprise that the surGE inrenewable power and the high-tech revolution have

What’s the secret to keeping up on the latest in residential lighting upgrades?

Humans have taken advantage of geothermal heat since the Paleolithic era.


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March 2011
By now, most New Year’s resolutions have been forgotten, but the ability to “re-solve” and respond to changing conditions is imperative for your business in these uncertain ti READ MORE
March 2011
Gone are the days when home security systems were labor-intensive to install and provided no safety or security if the homeowner forgot to set the alarm. READ MORE
March 2011
The grounded conductor is defined in Article 100 in the National Electrical Code (NEC), but this definition can cause confusion when it’s used in an electrical system. READ MORE
March 2011
With this last article on paperless estimating, I want to touch on a few of the greater benefits and potential issues you may face. READ MORE
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The Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. announced a special dedication of a 400-kilowatt (kW) fuel cell at its store in East Torrington, Conn. READ MORE

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