Thursday, January 25, 2018
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Satisfying NFPA 110 and NEC requirements
Satisfying NFPA 110 and NEC requirements

Consulting engineers who specify emergency power equipment should identify when installations are required to comply with NFPA 110 in conjunction with other codes. This collection of case studies provides examples of recent projects that had various challenges associated with these requirements. Read More

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Energy generation: using various power sources
Energy generation: using various power sources

Despite (or as a result of) the economic downturn, the use of renewable energy options have grown over the past several years, supported by federal and state programs including federal tax credits,... Read More

Designing for arc flash mitigation in solar photovoltaic systems
Designing for arc flash mitigation in solar photovoltaic systems

Rising solar capacity comes with rising risk. The challenge is mitigating that risk.Read More

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How to simplify code compliance for lighting projects
How to simplify code compliance for lighting projects

Asking key questions will ease the process of complying with required energy codes.Read More

Designing backup, standby, and emergency power for high-performance buildings
Designing backup, standby, and emergency power for high-performance buildings

Backup power design for a high-performance building is required, and offers many benefits.Read More

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