October 2013: Emerging Markets


In society’s ongoing quest for a more sustainable energy future, there is always room for another in

Service panel makeup

Charlie Trout, author of Code FAQs and Code Question of the Day, has retired.

Modular data centers

In this digital world, we’re never far from our smartphones and tablets.

It hasn’t been easy to live in Connecticut the last couple years.

Ben Franklin already knew enough about grounding to keep the portion of the kite string he was holdi

Net-zero energy buildings produce as much energy as they consume over the course of a year, and they

Part I of this series reviewed some Code-wide revisions and some of the significant changes in Chapt

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Large or small, electrical contracting companies have a significant investment in tools.

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October 2013
It will be easy to get exactly what you want in the 24th century. Just speak clearly into the Replicator. Then, after a two-second whirl, there’s your “Tea. Earl Grey. READ MORE
October 2013
In the 1960s, Xerox copy machines started appearing in American offices, providing a stunning example of how innovation enabled by technology can create new marketing opportun READ MORE
October 2013
Even the most basic projects can turn deadly when hazards are not assessed and safety rules are not followed (regardless of the worker’s experience). READ MORE
October 2013
More than a decade ago, a Hampton Township, Penn., family took its electrical contractor’s advice when renovating its 21-year-old home, and the family members are glad they di READ MORE
October 2013
Like all renewables, solar power faces a number of obstacles in its quest for mainstream growth. READ MORE


October 2013