Changes to the NEC book

NFPA and Mike Holt Enterprises Collaborate to Publish 2023 NEC Changes Book Due Out This Fall

It probably comes as no surprise when we hear people say our world has become increasingly complex with regard to all things electrical. Today, NFPA 70®, National Electrical Code (NEC®) remains the most widely used code in the U.S. and is applied extensively across the globe to safeguard people and property from electrical hazards. It is why the NEC remains the essential resource to ensure all those who work in this field have the latest safety information to address existing and emerging issues.

Mike Holt EnterprisesTo this end, this year marks the first time that NFPA and Mike Holt Enterprises are partnering together to publish a book explaining the key updates to the next edition of the NEC. The book, Mike Holt’s Illustrated Guide to Changes to the National Electrical Code, 2023 edition, provides colorful graphic depictions of revisions to the NEC to clarify how to apply requirements accurately and explanatory language of how the changes impact electrical industry professionals on the job. It also offers reference information to help provide a deeper understanding of changes and the rationale behind them.

NFPA and Mike Holt Enterprises are excited to be working together to advance safety and bring to life this information for those who rely on the NEC to do their jobs. It offers a great opportunity to unite NFPA, the source of the code, and Mike Holt, who is highly recognized for his expertise on the NEC, having devoted his career to understanding the code and sharing his knowledge with others. If you’re a professional electrician, electrical contractor, engineer, or inspector, this book is a valuable resource for understanding the NEC.

The book will be available this fall through both Mike Holt Enterprises and NFPA. To pre-order the 2023 NEC, visit the NFPA catalog page.  Stay tuned for more information and visit our electrical solutions page for updates on the book and product offerings.

For additional information, read the full news release.

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Kristin Bigda
Technical Lead and Principal Fire Protection Engineer with a focus on building and life safety related content.

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