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Paul Delsey of Ontario claims #1 in Locate Rodeo’s Power Division
The 2014 International Utility Locate Rodeo—a.k.a. the Olympics of the locate industry—recently came to a close, and congratulations to Paul Delsey of Frontier Utility Locating, who scored #1 Rank in the Power Division. READ...


PHOTOS from Milwaukee Tool New Product Symposium
EBMag has returned from the 2014 Milwaukee Tool New Product Symposium and The RedShirts have more than a few new tools (power and hand) and storage solutions to start making out your Christmas wish list. SEE...

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Symtech learns electricity not the only killer on solar rooftops
Symtech Innovations has been fined $90,000 after a worker died following a fall through a skylight while working on rooftop solar installation. READ...

ABB launches “breakthrough” 525kV HVDC cable system
ABB says it has achieved a “breakthrough” in cable technology after successfully developing and testing a 525kV extruded high-voltage direct current (HVDC) cable system that, it says, will make renewable energy installations more efficient and cost-effective. READ...

Solar energy that doesn’t block the view from MSU
A team of researchers at Michigan State University has developed a new type of solar concentrator that, when placed over a window, creates solar energy while allowing people to actually see through the window. READ...

Frontier developing building trades-based essential skills model
In partnership with the Canada’s Building Trades Unions (CBTU) and its trades unions and affiliates, Frontier College will develop and test a building trades-based Literacy & Essential Skills (LES) programming model for 525 aspiring and current apprentices in eight sites across Canada. READ...

Producing power via salty differences
According to a team of mechanical engineers at MIT, there is the potential to harness a “significant amount” of renewable energy where the river meets the sea. READ...

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IEEE IAS PCIC Annual Conference - September 8-10, San Francisco, Calif.

CUEE - Canadian Utilities Equipment & Engineering Show - September 9-10, Mississauga, Ont.

2nd Annual Franklin Empire Customer Appreciation Day - September 10, Toronto, Ont.

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