September 2014: Show Issue: Chicago

 

“Today we are building better houses than we ever built before, and part of that...

Data centers are energy hogs. They can consume up to 100 times more energy than...

It isn’t often that an electrical contractor (EC) literally goes airborne during system testing and...

The modern movement toward more sustainable-energy practices has touched almost every aspect of our daily...

Lighting controls are devices and systems that regulate the output of lamps and luminaires. They...

Though PDE Total Energy Solutions isn’t currently in the financing business, CEO Shelley Keltner suspects...

Silence! Production came to a screeching halt. Except for a few faint alarms in the...

Cooperation, coordination and conversation can pay off. That’s what the team behind the energy upgrade...


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| September 2014
The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) established the National Joint Apprenticeship and Trainin

| September 2014
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 50 workers die annually in excavation and trenching accidents.

| September 2014
In July, the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC) for the electrical industry announced a name change to the Electrical Training Alliance (ETA).

Researchers could one day turn the smelly gases from landfills, like this one in Niteroi, Brazil, into clean hydrogen fuel.
| September 2014
While the debate over climate change rages, we can all agree that methane gas is stinky, and anyone who’s been to a landfill can confirm the presence of the gas.

| September 2014
The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s 
new “Annual Energy Outlook 2014” predicts that below-average annual increases in U.S.

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