Adopted in all 50 states, the NEC is the benchmark for safe electrical design, installation, and inspection to help protect people and property from electrical hazards. The 2017 NEC has been published and brings about hundreds of changes including new articles relevant to Energy Systems.
Energy systems are on the forefront of innovative technology and are a critical enabler for achieving modern societal benefits. It is essential that manufacturers and integrators learn what is new in NEC 2017 that impacts energy systems including solar + storage, microgrid, utility connected storage, and stand-alone systems. UL can help you navigate these changes in this free 1 hour webinar that focuses on the new NEC 2017 articles for energy systems:
- Energy Storage Systems (Article 706)
- Stand-Alone Systems (Article 710)
- DC Microgrids (Article 712)
Also learn about a legacy article that has been updated that also impacts energy systems:
- Storage Batteries (Article 480)
We’ll help educate you on what the terms mean in the code and how that applies to manufacturers and system integrators of energy systems. We will also cover what it means to be Listed and how UL helps you achieve this.
Finally, learn how UL’s codes and regulatory support help achieve code complaint installations namely local municipalities, fire departments, and electrical inspectors.