The State of Nebraska Electrical Division are the ones who you must apply with to become a licensed Electrical Contractor or Journeyman Electrician in Nebraska. On April 9, 2014 the Governor approved Legislative Bill 863 which updated 81-2104(5) to reference the minimum standards for electrical wiring to be the 2014 National Electrical Code. This change will go into effect April 9, 2014, any electrical permit received by the division on or after May 1, 2014 will be on the 2014 NEC, existing permits will remain on the 2011 NEC. Electrical Verifications will be on the 2014 NEC beginning with the Omaha exam on August 19, 2014. On April 8, 2009, the Governor signed into law Legislative Bill 403 (LB 403), which will require the verification of lawful presence in the United States for recipients of public benefits, public contractors and public employees as of October 1, 2009. The new law impacts the Electrical Division’s licensing procedures. All applicants for electrical apprenticeship and license will need to complete the United States Citizenship Attestation form and submit it with their applications. Verification applicants must complete this form to prevent any delay in issuing licenses after passing the examination.(excerpt from The State of Nebraska Electrical Division official website).
To find the requirements to pass their state exam, the cost of their electrical license, license exam and renewal fee, please contact them directly as it can vary from year to year. The codes and standards that currently are adopted by The State of Nebraska Electrical Division is the latest edition of The National Electrical Code.
Nebraska State Electrical Board
800 S. Thirteenth Street, Suite 109
PO Box 95066
Lincoln, NE 68509-5066
Nebraska Electrical License Links:
|NE Journeyman Electrician|
|NE Electrical Contractor|
|Nebraska Electrical Licensing Overview|
|Application for Reciprocal|
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