New York City adopts 1999 edition of NEC, plans to update again next year

It’s only three years late, but New York City has adopted an amended version of the 1999 NEC to serve as its electrical code. The Code updates will advance the city’s requirements in areas like low-voltage systems, fiber optics, and digital control systems. The city’s mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has also demonstrated his intent to update New York’s electrical code to the 2002 edition of the NEC next

It’s only three years late, but New York City has adopted an amended version of the 1999 NEC to serve as its electrical code. The Code updates will advance the city’s requirements in areas like low-voltage systems, fiber optics, and digital control systems.

The city’s mayor, Michael Bloomberg, has also demonstrated his intent to update New York’s electrical code to the 2002 edition of the NEC next year.

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