How the IBEW and the Biden Administration Brought American Nuclear Power Back from the Brink


For the first time in U.S. history, a nuclear power plant is going back online.


Lineman Appreciation Day: Gratitude for an Often Thankless Job


More than a week after late-May storms and tornadoes toppled poles, ravaged high-voltage lines and left 70,000 Louisville Gas & Electric customers without power, the company's IBEW crews were still in the field at least 16 hours a day.


It's Hot Out There. Here's a Reminder to Work Safely.


With summer approaching and sweltering weather the norm in much of the country, IBEW members are reminded to follow all safety regulations on the job, especially considering some disturbing trends nationally.


Next-Generation Power: A Union Blueprint for Clean Energy Jobs


Renewable energy construction isn't new for members of Kennewick, Wash., Local 112. Its jurisdiction is east of the Cascade Mountains, away from major metro areas like Seattle and Portland, and runs through many smaller communities in eastern Washington and Oregon. The area is ideal for wind energy.


New Federal Rules Will Increase Safety for Rail Workers


Thousands of railroad members will soon have the training they need to work safer thanks to two new rules from the Federal Railroad Administration developed with input from the IBEW.


New England Broadcast Local Enforces Wage Law for R.I. Members


Boston Local 1228 members employed by Rhode Island broadcast outlets are receiving back pay after the local became aware of a state law regarding overtime wages.


My IBEW Story - Robert Lewis


In this installment of the My IBEW Story series, we meet Robert Lewis, an apprentice from Local 212 in Cincinnati, OH. After serving more than 11 years in prison, Robert proved he deserved a second chance and began his IBEW journey.