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          Jeff Koeppel

Electricity at home: Identify hazards

The leading cause of residential fires in the U.S. each year is electrical failure and malfunction.
Electrical fires are extremely dangerous; not only can they cause burns, but they can also lead to electrical shock. Plus, it’s common for such fires to spread beyond the object where the fire started.

To prevent possible electrical fires in your home...Read more.

October 18, 2015

          Jeff Koeppel

Construction Immortality is a Myth

Moving forward in 2015 and beyond, well respected construction industry experts believe new construction is on an upswing! For those working in the industry, put on those hardhats and enjoy the work-filled years ahead!
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August 31, 2015

          Jeff Koeppel

Electricity and Flood Smarts

All thunderstorms are dangerous, as every thunderstorm produces lightening. However, flash flooding is responsible for more fatalities, each year, than any other thunderstorm associated hazard.

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June 18, 2015

          Jeff Koeppel

Commentary: Electrical contact a serious safety issue

Electricity has been a usable energy resource for more than 100 years. Should we take it for granted? No, because the worst can happen in a single instant.

Electrical contact can easily result in a great deal of pain and suffering, as well as fatalities.  Voltage of an electrical contact can range from 120 to 240 volts (household), 120 to 480 volts (light industrial), 120 to 13,800 volts (industrial), and 5,001 to 275,000 volts (power lines). A lightning strike can be 10 million volts to 120 million volts. It only takes 100 to 200 milliamps at 120 volts to deliver death by electrocution ....Read more.

May 11, 2015

Photo provided by:
Randy Johnson, President
US Lamp, Inc

New fluorescent standards affect businesses

As we approach the fourth quarter of 2014, the term “Go Green” has become a way of life to some.  But to others, the changes to greater energy efficiency, and the energy cost savings that gets people excited may still be hovering around somewhere on HOLD. 

Facility managers may have yet to do their research, prepare a budget plan, or plead their case in planning meetings and/or to board members.

As of Jan. 1, Congress no longer delayed the implementation of the 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act, which imposed U.S. government minimum efficiency standards....Read more.

September 29, 2014

What's the 'wow' factor in current, future lighting?

Light Emitting Diodes — they're the real wow! LEDs are high energy efficient semiconductor devises that emit visible light of a certain color; an accelerating transition to LED-based lighting has been changing the dynamics of luminaries design on a global scale.

LEDs are already commonplace in products we buy and in the spaces we live, work and play. They provide uniform distribution of a much brighter light, high efficiency, improved flexibility and.....Read more

June 30, 2014

          Jeff Koeppel

Jeff Koeppel column: Are LED lighting conversions good for business?

With the economy still in recovery mode, business owners continue to look for ways to cut costs wherever possible. For many businesses, transitioning from antiquated lighting modalities can be an attractive and cost-saving alternative.....Read more

May 17, 2014

Monday Conversation: Brother-in-law team sparks K&B Electric

Contractors discuss ups and downs of first year

Each week the Green Bay Press-Gazette talks with business leaders about their industries, the economy and other business issues. This week, Jeff Koeppel talks about starting K&B Electric with co-owner Todd Bailey during the last year and the vision for the electrical contractors working the commercial, residential and industrial sectors. The business also provides "green" lighting.....Read more

Oct. 21, 2012

Going Green - New standards and regulations 2012-2014

Jan. 2012

Welcome to 2012, the year lighting efficiency takes center stage. From federal regulations to emerging standards affecting bulbs, lighting systems and controls, the next 12 months and beyond will present electrical contractors and their customers with change and choice.

100-watt (W) lamp - the most immediate effect is the enactment of new efficiencies for general-service incandescent lamps. The Edison bulb, as we know it, was set to begin its initial phase-out this month with the traditional 100-watt (W) lamp; the enforcement of this ban is effectively .....Read More


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