Be one of the first to attend this local seminar opportunity and discover some of the upcoming changes to the 2020 National Electric Code® (NEC®). A total of 3,730 public inputs and 1,930 public comments were made to the National Fire Protections Associations (NFPA) for this code cycle. The most important of these changes were reported on to the IAEI International Office staff by the 36 IAEI members on NFPA Code-Making Panels involved in the code-making process. Some highlights of material to be covered include four new articles for the 2020 NEC Code cycle. Numerous revisions and changes in requirements to definitions, ground-fault circuit-interrupter (GFCI), reconditioned equipment, torqueing of terminations, kitchen receptacle requirements for islands and peninsulas, electric vehicles and electric supply, photovoltaic systems, grounding and bonding changes, reorganization of Chapter 8 concerning communication systems, lighting load requirements, surge protection, emergency disconnects for dwelling units, reorganization of Article 310, receptacle locations for sinks and around bathtubs and showers, access to switchboards and switchgear, horticultural lighting equipment, motors, transformers, and air conditioning equipment, health care facilities, marinas and boatyards, swimming pools, and much, much more. Come listen to industry experts explain not only what has changed in the NEC for the 2020 code cycle but why it has changed. This seminar is approved for 4 hours of TDLR credit towards Texas licensing renewal and 4 hours of IAEI and ICC CEUs towards certification renewals. This seminar will also be offered on August 9, if you can't make the July 26 date. Find it on www.iaei.org/events.