#### Sizing of Conductors Related to Grounding & Bonding

Selecting the wrong size conductor in an electrical installation can have dangerous and disastrous results with conductors too small for the applied load.

#### Electrical Plan Examining Dilemma

An electrical plans examiner’s duties include reviewing specifications, drawings, and engineered plans to verify compliance with local, state, and national standards.

#### Working with a Pandemic, Funding Limitations, and Supply-Side PV Connections

Supply-side connected PV systems require renewed attention due to the more detailed requirements added to the 2020 NEC.

#### Performing Calculations: A Necessity to Apply the Requirements of the NEC

Chances are you will have to perform some sort of calculation in order to apply the requirements of the NEC and provide that installation that safeguards people and property from the hazards that arise from the use of electricity.

#### Corrosion Protection Part II

In this follow-up article, we will try to answer some common questions, take a closer look at how the manufacturers of steel conduit and tubing address corrosion, and offer additional specific potential solutions to ward off the effects of corrosion

#### Electrical Fundamentals: Part II

Now that we have a series of equations relating to power, voltage, current, and resistance, I want to crank through some simple example calculations.

#### Absence of Voltage Testing — An update on accepted approaches

Absence of voltage testing is a vital step in the process of verifying and establishing a de-energized state of any electrical system.

#### Surge Protection for Photovoltaic Systems

Lightning’s perfect storm for destruction is on the solar field. Solar panels’ large—and often exposed and isolated—location make surge protection critical for it to last its lifespan.

#### Copper Clad Aluminum Terminations

What type of copper conductors and copper-clad aluminum connectors are Certified (Listed) for terminating copper-clad aluminum conductors?

#### Ampere rating of a circuit, feeder, or service – what is it based on?

What is the rating of a branch circuit, feeder, or consumer’s service as mandated by the Canadian Electrical Code?