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NAHB Predicts Increased Housing Starts in Late 2002, Early 2003
Despite the steadily weakening economy and the additional strain on consumer confidence caused by the September 11 attacks on America, the housing industry
Study Offers End-User Solutions for Grid Reliability Problems
Although the days of summer have ended, the reliability of our nation’s grid remains a serious problem. The U.S. grid typically provides three 9s or 99.9%
Universal Lighting Technologies Updates Ballast Specs on Web Site
It just got a little easier to check ballast specification information on the Internet. Universal Lighting Technologies recently announced the upgrade
Solar Car Employs Penn-Union Parts
Joining companies like Panasonic, Michelin, and Dupont, Penn-Union had a hand in the construction of the Queen’s University Solar Vehicle. Working on
NEMA Releases Standard on Shunt Capacitors
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) recently released CP 1-2000, its new standard for shunt capacitors. The standard provides manufacturing,
Electric Utilities Endorse NEMA Premium Motor Program
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), Rosslyn, Va., continues to earn support for its new Premium Efficiency Electric Motor Program
IBEW Establishes Disaster Fund for Victims’ Families
The International Brother of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Washington, D.C., has created a disaster fund, the IBEW Disaster Fund NYC Inc., to benefit the children and families ...
NSPE Helps Engineers Make Career Transitions
The National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE), Alexandria, Va., recently launched its Career Transition Program, one of four different mentoring
New Broadband Subscribers Want the Whole Nine Yards
Contrary to popular belief, households that have had broadband service since its inception are less likely to be receptive to advances in the technology
Providing Aid to Rescue Workers
Nearly 180 staff members of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) have been working around the clock, providing safety and health assistance
NECA Members Narrowly Escape Death at Pentagon
Electrical workers inside the Pentagon in the early morning hours of September 11 narrowly escaped death and injury, as terrorists used a commercial jet
Electrical Distributor Plans Disaster Relief Aid Initiative
After immediately responding to the recent terrorist attacks with a shipment of electrical supplies delivered directly to ground zero on September 12,
NECA Members Narrowly Escape Death at Pentagon
Electrical workers inside the Pentagon in the early morning hours of September 11 narrowly escaped death and injury, as terrorists used a commercial jet as a fuel-filled missile in an assault on the United States, reported NECA headquarters in a late ...
Con Edison Completes Restoration Effort in Lower Manhattan
Con Edison, New York City, announced the restoration of electrical service to its Cortlandt network at 3:51 a.m. on September 19, returning service to
The American Liberty Partnership
The following is taken from the American Liberty Partnership Web site at www.libertyunites.com, an Internet industry initiative to bring online support to those organizations that most need our help—organizations that have been sustaining incredible burdens in order to serve the victims and their families.
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