NEMA recently formed a new section for electric resistance heating manufacturers. Today we’re discussing the development of a white paper and the future of the industry with Hutch Johnson, president of Cadet Manufacturing Company.
Phallan K. Davis, NEMA’s public relations specialist, discusses NEMA@Home, the organization’s new digital magazine dedicated to making your home work better for you.
The Export-Import Bank will go out of business on September 30 if Congress does not act, and the Overseas Private Investment Corporation’s charter expires at the end of this year. Philip Mezey, President and CEO of Itron, shares his thoughts on how federal agency-supported business financing can increase exportation of American goods and services to improve energy and water infrastructure, and economic opportunity abroad.
The Department of Energy recently revised its October 2013 report titled, Dimming LEDs with Phase-Cut Dimmers: The Specifier’s Process for Maximizing Success, to include a recommendation of a NEMA lighting standard, SSL 7A-2013 Phase Cut Dimming for Solid State Lighting: Basic Compatibility. This is big news for the lighting industry, and here to provide more details is Lutron’s Rob Nachtrieb. He is chair of the NEMA Lighting Controls Section and former chair of the committee that created SSL 7A.
Today we’re chatting with Morning Consult Energy Reporter Emily Holden about what it’s like covering the energy beat in Washington, D.C.
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Today we’re discussing the history of nuisance alarms in commercial buildings and the advancements the industry has taken to reduce them. Our guest is Dan Finnegan, Industry Affairs Manager for Siemens Building Technologies.
This is the sixth of a podcast series focused on smoke detection issues. Today we’re discussing the changes to several voluntary national consensus codes and standards intended to reduce nuisance alarms with Richard Roberts, Industry Affairs Manager for Honeywell Life Safety, and Co-Chair of the NEMA 3SB Smoke/CO Group.
This is the fifth of a podcast series focused on smoke detection issues. Today we’re discussing facts about nuisance alarms and dispelling some misconceptions with Richard Roberts, Industry Affairs Manager for Honeywell Life Safety, and Co-Chair of the NEMA 3SB Smoke/CO Group.
Today we’re discussing how smoke alarms and detectors have contributed to the reduction in fire fatalities since the late 1970s. Joining us is Richard Roberts, Industry Affairs Manager for Honeywell Life Safety and Co-Chair of the NEMA 3SB Smoke/CO Group.
Steve Griffith, NEMA’s Smart Grid Program Manager, stops by to discuss the relationship between the Smart Grid and high-performance buildings, as well as how to address grid congestion.