Navigating Important 2023 NEC Changes for Commercial and Industrial Buildings


Learn what is changing in the 2023 National Electrical Code (NEC)

Updated every three years, the National Electrical Code® (NEC) is a crucial guide that details safety measures and regulations in the ever-evolving electrical industry. In the 2023 edition of the NEC, there are several important changes for commercial and industrial buildings that require a change to standard design and installation practices.

In this webinar, we’ll dive into those key changes and what they mean for electrical contractors, installers, designers, and inspectors.

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  • Date: 21 Sep 2023
  • Time: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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Sean Kennedy - Director, Industry Standards - Schneider Electric Sean Kennedy - Director, Industry Standards - Schneider Electric of Schneider Electric


2023 NEC Changes for Commercial and Industrial Buildings


Mr. Kennedy is the Director, Industry Standards for Schneider Electric.  In this position, Mr. Kennedy is responsible for managing company activities relating to codes and standards for Microgrids, Energy Storage, Electrical Vehicles, Renewable Energies, Energy Management and Power Equipment products.

Mr. Kennedy is a resident of Columbia, South Carolina, USA.  He holds Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of South Carolina and is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of South Carolina.

Mr. Kennedy is a member of NFPA, serving on the NEC Correlating Committee, Code-Making Panels 13 and 15, NFPA 855 Installation of Energy Storage Systems, NFPA 3 & 4 Commissioning of Fire and Life Safety Systems, and NFPA 99 Health Care Facilities Code Electrical Systems and Correlating Committee.  He also participates on the NFPA Advisory Committee on Electrical Safety Research. 

Additionally, he participates in the development and application of microgrid, energy storage, renewable energy solutions and the integration of metering within new and existing equipment for these systems.  He is the Chair of the NEMA 8ES Energy Storage Section, an active member of NEMA 8DA Distributed Automation and NEMA 8TP Transformer Sections, and a voting member of IEEE 2030.10 standards for dc microgrids.  He is also active in UL, NEMA, and IEEE technical committees associated with power equipment standards, application and design.

Don Iverson - Manager of Industry Codes & External Relations Don Iverson - Manager of Industry Codes & External Relations


2023 NEC Changes for Commercial and Industrial Buildings


Don Iverson is the Manager of Industry Codes & External Relations for Schneider Electric. His responsibilities are to support code adoptions on a national level as well as various roles within the business.  Previously, Mr. Iverson was the Midwest Field Representative for the National Electrical Manufactures Association (NEMA). He has worked in the electrical field for over 25 years as a field electrician, apprenticeship instructor and, Electrical Inspector. He also holds a State of Michigan Electric masters & contractor’s license and is a registered code official as an Electrical Inspector. Mr. Iverson is currently a member of NFPA 915, NFPA 70 CMP 3 for the 2023 NEC representing Schneider Electric and past member of CMP 1 for the 2014, 2017 & 2020 NEC representing NEMA.    


> Worker safety changes: Arc Flash Hazard Marking, Equipment Working Space, Barriers for Equipment Supplied by a Feeder Tap

> Equipment and system safety changes: Surge Protection, Selective Coordination, Cybersecurity, Source Line-Side Connections,  Redundant Transfer Equipment for Emergency Systems

> Energy management systems: Load Calculations, EMS Performance

… and more!

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