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NEMA Promotes Energy Efficient Products
Citing a recent study in the trade journal Energy User News, National Electrical Manufacturers (NEMA) President Malcolm O’Hagan recently told the Senate
Mergers & Acquisitions
Konnext Connects with Sauro Connector and cabling manufacturer Konnext, Inc., Hudson, Mass., recently partnered with Largo, Fla.-based Sauro USA, a manufacturer
Web News
Reliabilityweb.com’s Top 50 Maintenance Web Sites Now on CD-ROM A free industrial review Web site for the plant reliability industry, Reliabilityweb.com,
TIA Announces New Optical Cable Standard
The Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), Arlington, Va., has published a new standard, FOTP -171, "Attenuation by Substitution Measurement for
EPA to Employ Renewable Energy for Research Facilities
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is putting its own energy use under the microscope, announcing Friday that it will power three of its research
Subcontractors Win Right to Sue for Delay Damages
Nearly three months after filing a “friends of the court” brief with the Appellate Division of the state of New York, the American Subcontractors Association
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News Briefs
Breaking news around the industry
Product Spotlight
Focus on Wire & Cable, Wiring Devices, and Connectors
Group Finds Support for EtherNet/IP Protocol
A recent study conducted by the Open DeviceNet Vendor Association (ODVA), Boca Raton, Fla., found more than 80 vendors are developing hardware and software
News Briefs
Breaking news around the industry
Spending for Educational Construction Remains Robust
With more new construction and renovation work planned for schools, colleges, and universities over the next few years, the education market will remain
Product News
The latest products from around the industry
EPRI Says Technology Can Help Resolve Power Crisis
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Palo Alto, Calif., recently issued a white paper presenting technical recommendations for solving the current

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