2018 Electrical Connections Trade Show

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March 4-8, 2018!
NJ Electrical Connections Trade Show 
and Continuing Education Conference!

37 Hours of CEU Courses Offered!!

Location - Marriott Hotel - Saddle Brook, NJ

Expo Attendance is FREE! 

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Hunterdon County Electrical Contractors Association

Hunterdon County Electrical Contractors Association
PO Box 1074
Flemington, NJ 08822

Hunterdon County Electrical Contractors Association was formed in January, 1989, by a group of prominent electricians in Hunterdon County who recognized the need to join together to support the common good of all electrical contractors in the area.  HCECA was one of many county associations who were all members of a larger group, then called the State Council of Electrical Contractors.


The goals of the Association are:  1.  Provide support to other electrical contractors through education.  2.  Work with local vocational schools to provide training for future generations of electricians and electrical contractors.  3.  Provide knowledge on up-to-date information regarding OSHA, the Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors (BOE), the Department of Community Affairs (DCA), and to act as a liaison in corresponding with all government agencies.  4.  Provide a place for like-minded individuals, sharing the same interest, to network and discuss common issues.  5.  Provide charitable support to other community organizations.


President - Jay Rowe - (908) 782-1454

Vice President - Jack Shade - (908) 475-5311

Treasurer - Ed Fleming - (908) 730-8044

Secretary - Russell Raia - (908) 537-4105

Seargeant-At-Arms - Jerry Barrick - (908) 730-9405

OSHA Hazard Communication & Safety Data Sheet Binder Now Available!

East Coast Safety Online Institute

NJECA Is Proud to announce the opening of the

East Coast Safety Online Institute!

Take Courses Today at www.eastcoastsafetyed.org



Did you know that you can no longer install the gas piping required for a generator installation under the new state rule? You must now hire a HVARC contractor or plumber to perform this portion of the installation!

A new rule has been issued that requires that gas piping for generator installations be completed by a HVARC contractor or plumber.  The electrical contractor is NO LONGER allowed to perform this work!  Sign the petition to change this rule to allow electrical contractors to continue installing the gas piping for generators along with the rest of the installation!

  Click here to view/sign the petition to repeal this new rule!

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