Mark Earley, NFPA Chief Electrical Engineer, recently sat down for a discussion about the 2014 National Electrical Code® (NEC®). As part of “Office Hours”, NFPA’s series of online presentations featuring technical staff discussing important codes and standards topics, Mark talked about major changes to the new document.
Mark says that in response to input from the field, major revisions in the new document will impact electrical installations in residential, commercial, and industrial occupancies. In the 2014 NEC, you’ll find updated coverage on 600-volt systems, larger installations, renewable systems, small wind electric systems, DC systems, and electric vehicle charging systems.
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