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  • July 29, 2020
  • Written By: Celine Rogers
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The City Electric Supply Hudson, FL branch was no stranger to car wash lighting, but this job with John Ferrara Electric was different. “We’d never worked on a car wash like this before,” said Branch Manager Billy Wood. “We’d done car washes, sure, but not like this.” What made it unique? Two things. One, the […]

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  • July 27, 2020
  • Written By: Celine Rogers
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Picture everything that goes into a major solar project — panels, racking, inverters. Now picture it all coming from one place — City Electric Supply. That’s what happened when Shockoe Solar and City Electric Supply Richmond North teamed up for their latest project: Herod Seeds. “That’s new, that’s special. I always quote everything, but panels especially […]

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  • July 24, 2020
  • Written By: Celine Rogers
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The job? 30,000 pounds of wire in two weeks. The team to handle it? City Electric Supply Indian Land. It was a pretty big job for a branch that has only been in their permanent location for three months, but they proved it wasn’t out of their reach. “We have a good relationship with one […]

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  • July 16, 2020
  • Written By: Brad McElroy
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Puerto Rico is undergoing a massive energy transformation. By 2050, 100% of their power will come from renewable sources. But what about 2020? Right now, most electrical power flows from fossil fuel plants in the south to consumers in the north, where 70% of the island’s power is used. When anything happens to the southern […]

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  • July 13, 2020
  • Written By: Celine Rogers
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Office lighting is notoriously utilitarian. It’s the last thing people notice about an office, if it’s noticed at all. Farland Corp., a company based in New Bedford, Massachusetts, wanted something better for their new facility. They wanted their lighting to have a unique look, leave a positive impression, and create a more comfortable environment, a […]

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  • June 18, 2020
  • Written By: Celine Rogers
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The pool is dimly lit. You can’t even see the bleachers. At any moment, one of the flickering, overheated metal halide bulbs might burst and shatter into the pool. This doesn’t seem like it could be the description of a pool from the Cherry Creek school district — the district with over 27 state swimming titles […]

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  • June 3, 2020
  • Written By: Celine Rogers
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What was most recently an empty lot in the heart of downtown Denver is soon to be a prestigious 30-story office building complete with a terrace, a fitness center, and three levels of underground parking offering nearly 1,000 spots. They call it Block 162, and City Electric Supply Denver South calls it an unbelievable opportunity. […]

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