NEC Code section 300.25, General Requirements for Wiring Methods and Materials is new for the 2020 Code cycle. This section regulates wiring located in Vertical Exit Enclosures, also known as stair towers. The new 2020 NEC section restricts the installation of any wiring method within an exit enclosure separated from the building by fire-resistant construction, except for that wiring belonging to equipment in the exit enclosure. Prevent costly design and installation errors—read more from our blog!
The popularity of electric vehicles continues to increase. How can the National Electrical Code have jurisdictional authority over the outlets in a car? What constitutes an electric vehicle, and are hybrids like Toyota’s popular Prius included? Finally, what are the specific requirements? Read more from our blog!
We are going to examine a TIA issued for the 2020 NEC regarding GFCI protection for recreational vehicle (RV) parks, covered in Article 551 of the NEC. The popularity of RVs continues to increase, especially during the pandemic. We also know that GFCI protection continues to be expanded with each successive code cycle. This TIA was published to clarify where protection is required in an RV park. Read more from our blog!