Stefanie Kure

Stefanie
Kure
Senior Associate Editor,
Penton Media

Stefanie Kure is the senior associate editor of EC&M magazine. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Kansas and has more than 20 years of experience in the B2B magazine industry. In addition to EC&M, Stefanie has worked on Transmission & Distribution World magazine, Broadcast Engineering magazine, and Power Electronics Technology magazine.

Articles
Health Care Training Center Helps Campus Go Green
Clackamas Community College’s new $14.5 million training center employs sustainable design features to help campus go green
Solar PV Installation Helps Company Achieve LEED Platinum Certification
Venture Electric performs solar photovoltaic installation on first LEED Platinum-certified facility in Wisconsin
Home Energy Management System Gives Television a Starring Role
Control4’s Home Energy Manager platform helps homeowners save energy by using a programmable thermostat control, load disconnect measurement and control, and lighting control, which can be accessed via remote control through a television
New Yankee Stadium Is a Home Run
E-J Electric Installation uses Building Information Modeling (BIM) during pre-construction phase to complete complex lighting and power solutions on world-class ballpark renovation
Sustainable Skyscraper Redefines Chicago's Skyline
Recognized as the birthplace of the modern-day skyscraper, Chicago's skyline features dozens of towering structures, including the John Hancock Center
Connecticut Magnet High School Teachers Students Hands-On Lessons in Sustainable Design
School is cool is a phrase you probably don't hear many teenagers espousing these days. However, students who attend classes at the Academy of Information
Lighting Project at Pentagon Memorial Honors 9/11 Victims
On Sept. 11, 2001, 184 people died when terrorists hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 and crashed it into the western face of the Pentagon in Arlington,
Fusible Panelboard Helps Simplify Selective Coordination
Meeting NEC 2008 requirements for selective coordination in emergency and legally required standby systems can prove challenging for even the most knowledgeable
Residential Lighting Control System Puts Homeowners in Command
Imagine having the freedom to place a light switch wherever it best suits your lifestyle next to your bed, within reach of your preschooler's grasp, or
Major Renovation Puts Los Angeles Theater at Center Stage
Since opening its doors in 1967, the Mark Taper Forum better known as the Taper has not only become a Los Angeles landmark, but is also one of America's
Iowa Bridge Spans the Gap Between Infrastructure and Art
Come nightfall, the city's Norbert F. Beckey Bridge, which stretches 1,500 feet from Iowa to Illinois across the Mississippi River, is awash in a rainbow of colors emanating from 43 light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures
Virtual Living Laboratory Teaches Green Building Technologies
Stanford University was founded in 1891 to promote the public welfare by exercising an influence on behalf of humanity and civilization. More than a century
Telescoping Pole Tool Takes Electrical Work to New Heights
Cutting back on expenses can help bolster the bottom line of any firm. And in today's volatile economic climate, conserving precious dollars could mean
Solar PV System Powers California Company's Headquarters
The most populous state in the nation, California is also among the most progressive when it comes to implementing renewable energy initiatives. One such
High-Tech Aviation Training Centers Let Trainees Soar
FlightSafety International, headquartered in New York, trains approximately 75,000 pilots, technicians, and other aviation professionals each year
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