Founded in 1965, the Electrical Generating Systems Association (EGSA) is the world's largest organization exclusively dedicated to On-Site Power Generation. EGSA is comprised of 700 companies around the world that make, sell, distribute, and use On-Site Power generation technology and equipment, including generators, engines, switchgear, controls, and much more.
The Association's vision is to provide an environment where On-Site Power Generation industry experts unite and share knowledge to drive the industry to higher levels of service and performance.
Thanks to Pat Mahoney the next edition of the No. 1 reference standard in the world for the proper design of structured cabling systems will have been influenced by Cannon Design.
Recently, Ed Mazria sat down with Next City to talk about the upcoming unveiling of a beta release for a new tool called the 2030 Palette.
A remodel of a retail building was simulated using an energy modeling program to determine the impact on the HVAC cooling loads.
By using building energy modeling software, engineers can determine how to size HVAC systems to balance the heat given off by lighting systems, particularly energy-efficient lighting fixtures.
From spear phishing to encryption errors, there are many ways to let bad guys into your networks.
This webcast focuses on mission critical power systems, critical operations power systems (COPS), electrical equipment and wiring, National Electrical Code (NEC), and several other key areas.
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Engineers have many resources when designing energy-efficient lighting in nonresidential buildings. Lighting designers do not have to sacrifice quality or reduce lighting levels just to meet energy...
This week Morrissey Goodale reported four deals in the United States and two international deals, one of which involved the U.S.
The Mid-Atlantic Regional Seminar by AABC is scheduled for May 17, 2013, in Baltimore.
Consulting engineers in the U.S. consistently specify that paralleling switchgear must be rated to UL 891 or UL 1558.
When a decision is made to use paralleled generator sets, many considerations need to be addressed to ensure a reliable system.
Sometimes we need to think about an individual control loop. Other times we need to consider the larger control system. You should be able to do either when appropriate.
Calvert high school’s skylight shades make use of daylighting while reducing HVAC costs.