The 2011 edition of the National Electrical Code has been available since last fall; and it is once again time to stare the tri-annual process leading to the creation of the 2014 edition. The NEC revision process begins by the general public (you) submitting proposals to revise the Code. These proposals are due on November 4, 2011. In January 2012, the various code panels meet to consider these proposals and comment on them. These comments are published in the spring and are free to the ...

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