Posts Tagged ‘Electrical Industry News’

Continuing Competency & PDU’s

Monday, December 17th, 2012

This articles is intended to clear the air of any cloud hanging around Colorado’s Continuing Competency Program. The easiest way to deal with PDUs is not to need them. Consider our electrical exam preparation course prior to your assessments. We are here to help if you need PDUs too. Exam … more »

Storms Devastate West Coast | Triple Threat of Storms

Saturday, December 1st, 2012

November 19th, 2012 started the triple-threat of storms that are pummeling the West Coast. One storm has already hit, leaving the west in a state of emergency. Everything from wind to rain to snow to ice storms to mudslides to avalanches is either happening or a real possibility. One storms … more »

Lack of electricians delays New York recovery from Sandy

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

NEW YORK, Nov 14 (Reuters) It has become one of the biggest sources of tension between residents and the authorities in the worst-hit areas of New York City after Superstorm Sandy: damaged electrical systems in homes and – making matters worse – not enough electricians to fix them. For while … more »

Prepare for Hurricane Gustav

Monday, October 29th, 2012

Here We Go Again New Orleans! The Gulf coast is preparing for another major hurricane, Hurricane Gustav. The potential path appears to be anywhere from Texas to Florida. New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin is already warning of possible evacuations in his area. On the third anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the … more »

Ice Storms and Power Outages

Monday, October 29th, 2012

Emergency backup power and lighting come in quite handy when the electricity to your home suddenly goes out. Have you ever had the lights go out unexpectedly and had to search high and low for a flashlight in the dark? When you finally found a flashlight, undoubtedly the batteries were … more »

Storm Electrical Devices

Sunday, October 28th, 2012

Severe storms can sneak up on you and having the right electrical devices in place before these storms hit can be a lifesaver. You may think that just running into the basement or storm cellar is all there is to it. In fact, you’ll likely need many electrical and electronic … more »