September Issue 2006

 

Exploring the host city of the 2006 NECA Show

FENWAY PARK, BEACON HILL, THE NORTH...

Family fairness—who should get what?

 

OWNING AN ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING BUSINESS IS HARD enough...

ARC-FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTERS (AFCIs) first made their appearance in the National Electrical Code (...

Power Services and Natelco modernize private school with the environment in mind

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| September 2006
NEW ORLEAN'S controversial emergency ordinance allowing owners of residential properties to waive city electrical inspections expired July 31, but three days later the city c

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| September 2006
THE ENTERPRISE MARKET FROM WI-FI technology in China is expected to increase fourfold over the next three years, with a 45 percent annual growth rate for the market as a whole

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| September 2006
ON HIGH GROUND, among the rolling hills of Pensacola, Fla., sits a building in balance with its environment.

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| September 2006
Approximately 2 billion people—nearly one-third of the world’s population—have no access to electricity, reports Florida State University (FSU).

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| September 2006
Inadequate investment in the power grid transmission network remains the Achilles’ heel of the nation’s electric system, according to an engineer who specializes in utility po

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