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U.S. Electric Infrastructure by the Numbers

This week, the Senate begins debating the Energy Policy Modernization Act (S.2012), introduced by Senators Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and Maria Cantwell (D-WA). This is an important bipartisan bill that includes many provisions important to electrical industry. Take a look at


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


Electric Heating Fits Naturally in Green Buildings

Smart Choices for Winter Heating By Gary Kraemer, Manager, Marketing and Communications, Dimplex North America Limited Previously a peripheral topic, green building is a now mainstream way of doing business. Looking back a few years, we recognize that a combination


NEMA/MITA Highlights: President Obama’s 2016 State of the Union Address

By Kyle Pitsor, Vice President of Government Relations, NEMA President Obama’s final State of the Union address set the tone for his last year in office and set forth his vision for policies in America. The full transcript of the


Electrical Manufacturers Oppose California Energy Commission Specifications for LED Bulbs

By Alex Boesenberg, NEMA Regulatory Affairs Manager The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) called on the California Energy Commission (CEC) today to ensure that California consumers have access to the most efficient and cost-effective LED bulbs currently on the market.


Electroindustry Provides Power to Paris Pledges

By Kevin J. Cosgriff, NEMA President and CEO In his closing remarks on December 1 at the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) in Paris, President Obama announced that 73 U.S. companies have pledged to go green in support of