This podcast is part of series focused on NEMA’s new Electric Resistance Heating Section. Today we’re discussing zone heating and its associated benefits with Kelly Stinson, manager of R&D and renewable product engineering at Dimplex North America.
Tim Pollard of Oratium shares details on his afternoon keynote titled “Oratium Advanced Sales and Executive Messaging.
John Williamson stops by to chat about his work with Atkore and his IW 2014 experience.
Our friends to the north have similar goals, and together we can work toward a safer electrical industry. Jim Taggart, president and CEO of Electro-Federation Canada (EFC), joins us to discuss EFC’s relationship and work with NEMA.
What benefits does NEMA offer for small-business? Sue Graham, president and CEO of ELANTAS, explains and shares the results of NEMA’s Small Business Consortium survey.
Former U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman joins us to discuss his relationship with NEMA over his storied 30 years congressional career.
Only the second NEMA staff person to win the prestigious Kite & Key Award, Mike Leibowitz discusses the honor.
Dr. Pekka Hakkarainen stops by for a time of conversation about his work at Lutron and being honored with a 2014 Kite & Key Award.
Former FERC chair and current co-chair of the energy team at Stoel Rives; Jon Wellinghoff discusses his Grid Connected Buildings and Future of Smart Cities panel.
The youngest keynote speaker in IW’s history, Taylor Wilson lets us in on his life as a nuclear scientist. Hint: When most kids were practicing for their driver’s permit, Taylor was embarking on big changes in the scientific community.