Shane Cox – Mike Cox Electric Supplying Generations of Experience for the Inland Empire

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In a recent interview, Sean Reynolds with Energy Independence spoke with Shane Cox, president of The
Mike Cox Electric Inc., a National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) member, to get his take on
emerging technologies, the technicians who make it happen, and what it means to be a NECA contractor
in today’s energy efficient environment.

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Riverside Convention Center Saving Energy

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The just renovated Riverside Convention Center is now among the most energy efficient public facilities in California. Energy Independence Magazine talked with the city’s contractor about the cutting edge lighting changes that will conserve energy and save money.
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An Electrically Charged Boot Camp Will It Spark Students

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The Colton Unified School District Superintendent, Jerry Almendarez, spoke recently with Sean Reynolds of Energy Independence Magazine about district plans to initiate a two-day boot camp program sponsored, in part, by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW.) 
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The NJATC Trains Electricians in an Ever-Changing Technological Landscape

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The NJATC has developed standardized training to educate members of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) and provide the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA), and the electrical construction industry, with a skilled workforce. The training spans a five-year period and consists of 900 hours of related supplemental instruction on application and theory, and 8,000 hours of on-the-job training working with NECA contractors. The NJATC has trained over 350,000 apprentices across America to journeyman status without cost to the taxpayers, Purper says.
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