Business Manager: Sean W. Daly
Welcome to IBEW 90, The New Haven Electricians
Welcome to IBEW 90!
Get the most productive, safest and skilled electricians on your projects. It is more important to you the business partner, owner and end user than ever before. We offer professionalism, a positive construction experience. Safer projects bring smaller insurance premiums. All your employees will be OSHA 10 certified workers. We can man up any size project while we move toward our goal of a drug free workforce. How many electrical craftsmen do you need? We’ll get them there for you. Please contact us right away with any of your questions!
Business Manager, IBEW Local Union 90
The corridor is a critical link in the network of 500,000 charging stations that President Biden has repeated publicly that IBEW members will build.
Baisden, owner of Dynamic Electric Group and a journey- level electrician, spoke about the exploding renewable energy market after the passage of the Inflation Reduction Act and the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.
“Cars have always been... Read More
The searchable database gives users the ability to find out about project announcements. This includes loans and grant money resulting from :
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (Read More)
The Inflation Reduction Act (Read More)
The CHIPS and Science Act (Read More)
which are disbursed through federal and state governments.
“We are always asked: how do I know what projects are... Read More
Called the Investing in America agenda, a companion high-level administration roadshow highlights recent laws like the American Rescue Plan, the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the CHIPS and Science Act and the Inflation Reduction Act.
President Biden and Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm reinforce how the laws promote good jobs, domestic manufacturing and economic development – and highlight their critical partnership with the IBEW.
Debating Pythagoras... Read More
On June 13, the IBEW Government Affairs Department convened a meeting with DOE LPO Director Jigar Shah and IBEW employers to discuss LPO’s billions of dollars in loan opportunities, all with the goal of creating more IBEW jobs.
“Our goal is to move the energy industry forward,” said Austin Keyser, assistant to IBEW President Kenny Cooper for Government Affairs. “No organization has a better relationship with the administration.”
Long-standing good relations between the Biden-Harris administration and... Read More
But the Grain Belt Express, a proposed 800-mile project in the Midwest that IBEW members and project developers publicly teamed up to support back in 2015, still awaits its go-ahead.
The problem? Gaining the necessary approvals to build transmission lines is so tricky that projects that would employ thousands of... Read More
The IBEW urged Congress to lift the U.S. debt limit as the high-stakes standoff threatened to upend the economy only days before the federal government ran out of money.
Failing to suspend or increase the debt limit would have dire effects on IBEW members’ livelihoods and all working Americans, IBEW President Kenneth W. Cooper said in... Read More
Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm has visited Puerto Rico four times, most recently in late March. She met with IBEW members, including Orlando, Fla. Local 222 Business Manager Bill Hitt and Local 787 Business Manager Joel Flores Cruz, who represent hundreds of members, including lineworkers working to modernize the island’s transmission and distribution system, which has been devastated by hurricanes in recent years.
The Energy Department is... Read More
“Because of the commitment to domestic microchip manufacturing in the CHIPS Act, this plan represents rebirth,” Davis said in her introduction of President Biden. “Rebirth of American innovation, of American-made silicon chips that are the heart of so many devices we use daily. It means hope for the future and good paying construction and manufacturing jobs for years.”
Micron Technology’s announcement... Read More
Vice President Kamala Harris convened the small event on March 10 with former Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, IBEW President Kenny Cooper and Assistant to the IBEW President for Government Affairs Austin Keyser. It marked two years since the Biden-Harris administration created the workforce organizing task force and also marked Walsh’s last official appearance as labor secretary.
Co-chaired by Harris and Walsh, the White House Task Force on Worker Organizing and... Read More
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