The 2017 NEC contains five new articles, some of which reflect the substantial growth in renewable power technology (Energy Storage Systems, Direct Current Microgrids, etc.). It also includes new and revised requirements for electrical equipment installation, labeling, certification and working space.
These updates, additions and changes have the potential to impact your organization in the following ways:
- Financially: Examples – for fixing mistakes, bidding, accidents, improper operation of equipment, etc.
- Safety: To personnel, owners, operators, and end-users.
- Legally: Adoption of the code in your state or other areas.
During this webcast, subject matter expert Ryan Jackson will cover these topics in detail using real-world examples.