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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
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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
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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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National Safety Council Unveils New Scaffolding Safety Requirement
The National Safety Council, Itasca, Ill., recently released ANSI A10.8, Safety Requirements for Scaffolding, to establish safety requirements for the
NEMA Launches Electric Motor Program
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), Rosslyn, Va., along with the Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE), recently launched NEMA
Popularity Rising for Home Control Technologies
The continued integration of structured wiring and broadband access is making home control technologies such as remote management, integrated security,
Energy Policy Predicts Increased Energy Demands
The United States needs to build between 1300 and 1900 new power plants in the next 20 yr to accommodate the projected increase in energy demand, according
ASA Fights Bid Shopping, Denials of Delay Damages
Alexandria, Va.-based American Subcontractors Association (ASA) has expressed support for a bill to prohibit bid shopping on construction contracts with
Fluke Networks to Acquire Testing Products Maker
Fluke Networks Inc., Everett, Wash., recently signed an agreement to acquire Microtest Inc., Phoenix, a producer of test and connectivity products. Under
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CERA's Makovich Speaks Against Price Caps
Imposing price caps as the centerpiece of a federal response to the California power shortage would make a bad situation worse and do nothing to fix the
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