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July 27, 2019

Hydro One chair steps down

Tom Woods announced he will step down from the electricity transmission and distribution company’s board of directors on July 31.

City Electric Supply opens new West Edmonton branch

The privately owned electrical wholesaler now has more than 70 branches across Canada, along with plans for ongoing expansion.

VIDEO: Electrical maintenance, streetlighting and more shine at CSA Awards Night

EBMag was at CSA’s annual conference in Ottawa to help the organization cheer on its members of distinction, with a specific eye for those involved in the electrical sectors.

Canada celebrates first National Lineworker Appreciation Day

Established by CEA, the event honours the men and women who maintain the electrical grid’s powerlines to ensure efficiency, safety and continuity. » Read full article

Employees elect electrical execs among top CEOs

Executives at Cummins, 3M and Schneider Electric are among the winners of the Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Award, honouring the Top CEOs in 2019. » Read full article

NRStor plans Canada's first battery-and-flywheel electricity storage project

The company has completed the acquisition of a 5-MW energy storage facility in Clear Creek, Ont., that was originally built by Temporal Power. » Read full article

Focal Point celebrates 25th anniversary

The architectural lighting manufacturer is marking this milestone year with monthly service events and employee involvement in the community. » Read full article

AD draws new members to second annual finance and HR summit

More than 180 attendees from across North America represented 114 independent distributors in nine industries, including the electrical business. » Read full article

Allan Connolly named group president for Hubbell Power Systems

Connolly’s experience includes stints GM for systems engineering for GE’s energy business and COO for Culligan International in the water treatment industry. » Read full article

UL opens access to safety standards

“By taking this important step, we will keep standards both relevant and vibrant, engaging new generations,” says Philip Piqueira, UL’s VP of global standards. » Read full article