We are excited to be able to bring an exciting and engaging speaker like Mike Holt to our customers.
Cincinnati, OH (PRWEB) September 30, 2013
Buckeye Power Sales, a leading distributor of industrial and residential generators, is pleased to host two electrical engineering seminars, in Indianapolis, IN on 10/2/13 and in Cincinnati, OH on 10/3/2012. The 2013 seminars cover NEC rules on grounding and will explain the technical and practical issues of the NEC as it relates to power generators. Featured speaker Mike Holt will also discuss grounding, bonding, practical installation concerns, code compliance with regards to power systems, generator sizing, and 3- and 4-pole transfer switches.
Buckeye Power Sales holds annual seminars in order to give back to the industry and related areas through continuing education.
Quote from Tom Bohls, Vice President: “We are excited to be able to bring an exciting and engaging speaker like Mike Holt to our customers. He will clear up some of the misconceptions surrounding grounding and bonding at the upcoming seminars. We’ve had Mike at previous seminars and he made hard subjects fun to learn.”
Seminars last for a full day with lunch and materials provided. The cost is $149. Participants receive seven hours continuing education credit after completing the 8-hour session.
About Buckeye Power Sales
Operating since 1947, Buckeye Power Sales is a third-generation family business that is the oldest Kohler Power Systems distributor in the United States with branch locations in Indiana and Ohio. Their service and sales professionals help customers find temporary and permanent power solutions with residential and industrial generators for sale or rent. They are the only authorized distributor of Kohler Power Systems for Ohio, Indiana, and Northern Kentucky. For more information, visit http://www.BuckeyePowerSales.com.
About Mike Holt
Mike Holt started in the field as an apprentice electrician and electrical inspector. In 1973, Holt received his certification to be an electrical instructor quickly followed by a career as an electrical contractor two years later. He began teaching in 1980 and has taught electricians and engineers for 40 years.