Resources for Contractors/Customers
Enterprise Electric's Public Works License for the State of Idaho (PDF)
Enterprise Electric's Contractor License for the State of Oregon (PDF)
Enterprise Electric's Contractor License for the State of Idaho (PDF)
- 1st Presbyterian Church (PDF)
- Ada County Paramedics Remodel (PDF)
- Best Bath Systems (PDF)
- Boise Cold Storage (PDF)
- Dick's Sporting Goods (PDF)
- High-Desert Harley-Davidson/Buell (PDF)
- Idaho Power (PDF)
- Select Onion (PDF)
- SemMaterial (PDF)
- St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center (PDF)
- World Cycle (PDF)
General Information -- Web Sites
- Green Building Research Center
- Center for the Built Environment
- Energy Star
- Flex Your Power
- IBEW International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
- National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)
- National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA)
- National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET)
- National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee (NJATC)
- The Federal Network for Sustainability (PDF)
- U.S. Green Building Council
General Information -- Books/Literature
- Building Design and Construction, White Paper on Sustainability (PDF).
- Evaluation of LEED Using Life Cycle Assessment Methods. NIST Report (PDF).
- Small Is Profitable: The Hidden Economic Benefits of Making Electrical Resources the Right Size. Describes 207 ways in which the size of "electrical resources"-devices that make, save, or store electricity-affects their economic value. It finds that properly considering the economic benefits of "distributed" (decentralized) electrical resources typically raises their value by a large factor, often approximately tenfold, by improving system planning, utility construction and operation, and service quality, and by avoiding societal costs.
- The Costs and Financial Benefits of Green Buildings: A Report to California's Sustainable Building Task Force (PDF).