This is the fifth and final of a series of articles detailing significant changes for the 2021 Canadian Electrical Code Part I (CE Code).

Join Tom Domitrovich and Keith Lofland for a discussion on the changes found in the 2023 version of the National Electrical Code (NEC 2023)

This article will discuss the addition of energy storage system requirements in Section 64, starting with changes to the name and scope of the section to include energy production in addition to renewable energy and energy storage systems.

This is the third of a series of articles detailing significant changes for the 2021 Canadian Electrical Code Part I (CE Code).

Let's a look at some of the more substantial changes to Article 310 for the 2020 NEC, which covers general requirements for conductors.

Underwriters Laboratories is proud to announce the development of a new guidance document, UL RP 9691, Recommended Practice for Nameplates for Use in Electrical Installations.

Article 517 contains requirements to safeguard people and property from the hazards that electricity presents, but it also contains requirements for meeting the demand on the electrical system in a healthcare type occupancy.

Article 517 of the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC) covers requirements to the construction and installation of electrical equipment in health care facilities.

The NEC and UL Standards are the foundation of the work performed each day as an inspector or installer. Involvement in the standards development process allows participants to become a critical part of improving safety and also facilitates their professional growth.

Perhaps more than any other Code revision cycle in recent memory, there were a significant number of changes to the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC)® that will have a dramatic effect on the residential construction environment.