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02 July New Mexico

State of New Mexico

The State of New Mexico, Department of Regulation and Licensing, Division of Construction Industries and Manufactured Housing has adopted the 2014 New Mexico Electrical Code, based on the 2014 National Electrical Code. The effective date is August 1, 2014. The new 2014 New Mexico Electrical Code can be found in Title 14, Chapter 10, Part 4 of the New Mexico Administrative Code (14.10.4 NMAC). The State’s website will be updated shortly to reflect the 2014 NMEC adoption and associated amendments. Most of the previous amendments to the 2011 NMEC are carried over to the 2014 NMEC.

The State of New Mexico is to be applauded for their timely incorporation of the 2014 National Electrical Code into the NMEC. The 2014 NEC contains the most up-to-date electrical safety provisions that will help ensure the health and well-being of New Mexico residents in the places where they live and work. It also recognizes advances in products and technology that will help the electrical industry in New Mexico gain a competitive edge and take advantage of the most current trends in construction technology.

Contact: Mike Stone, mike.stone@nema.org




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