Effective September 1, 2023, the examinations will be referenced to the
2023 NEC Code Book
About Electrical Excel
Electrical Excel (EE) has together all of the tools and information needed by electricians to become licensed and manage a profitable contracting business. We are electricians committed to the growth of the electrical industry as a whole. To help electricians advance in their careers, we provide resources in both education and business. EE works hard to reduce the burdens of your chosen profession.
The electricians that run Texas Electrical Excel are familiar with the state's regulations and make it a point to keep up with any changes. We have collected data from the states' licensing boards, exam administrators, and official bulletins to create a database for electricians seeking to obtain a license.
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