Yokohama Smart City Project Demonstrates Experimental Social Infrastructure

By Ryan Franks, Program Manager, NEMA Today the White House is hosting an Earthquake Resilience Summit to “promote adoption of an earthquake early warning system in the United States.” Electrical manufacturers recognize the vital importance of smart infrastructure—and smart rebuilding—to

30 Years at NEMA: Advocacy Grew from Proactive Work in Legislation and Regulation

By Kyle Pitsor, Vice President of Government Relations, NEMA I joined NEMA from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s international trade agency in 1982. When NEMA moved its headquarters from New York City to Washington, D.C., in 1977, the change of

Traffic Cameras Provide View of Local Conditions, from NEMA’s Transportation Management Systems Section

By Jean Johnson, Technical Program Manager/NTCIP Project Manager, NEMA Winter Storm Jonas has affected millions from southern Virginia to the Northeast, leaving residents homebound as cities work to clear roads and recommence public transportation. For those of you teleworking today,

Contact Your Senators: Senate to Begin Debate on the Energy Policy Modernization Act

By Kyle Pitsor, Vice President, Government Relations, NEMA The U.S. Senate may begin debate this week on an energy bill that includes many important provisions for the electroindustry. We encourage NEMA members and others in the industry to take action