Electricians' Board

The Board of Electricians develops and maintains the ethical, professional and educational standards for the licensure of electricians in New Hampshire to safeguard the state’s citizens. The Board is responsible for the disciplinary actions for violations of these standards.

2023 Code Update:
For all Licensees: (except Apprentice and Trainee Registration licenses) you will need to show proof of 15 hours of instruction every year on the changes to the latest published edition of NFPA 70, the National Electrical Code. At least 1 hour of the 15 total must include instruction in changes to RSA 319-C, the administrative rules, and installation concerns for electrical installations, as determined by the board and available on the board’s website under the heading “licensing and installation concerns.”

Who We Regulate:


  • Apprentice
  • Journeyman
  • Master
  • High/Medium Voltage

Business Entity (including corporations, LLC’s and partnerships)

What's New: 


Contact Information:

Office of Professional Licensure & Certification
7 Eagle Square
Concord NH, 03301
Email: OPLCLicensing4@oplc.nh.gov