(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({ google_ad_client: "ca-pub-8106879304633798", enable_page_level_ads: true });
Home / Tag Archives: electricity

Tag Archives: electricity

Governor warns of price gouging in wake of arctic blast

price gouging

Many Americans are concerned about large increases in the price of natural gas after multiple snowstorms and subzero temperatures in recent weeks. In Missouri, Gov. Mike Parson is addressing the shortage and ...

Read More »

Power interruptions possible as Energy Emergency Alert goes to Level 3

power interruptions

Persistent and extreme cold weather has made temporary power interruptions a possibility in the area. The cold snap has led to region-wide electricity use that exceeds available generation across the Southwest Power ...

Read More »

It’s Thomas Edison vs. Tesla vs. Westinghouse in ‘The Current War’

Edison

He was known as the “Wizard of Menlo Park.” In the 19th Century, inventor Thomas Alva Edison was probably as close to a pop-culture icon as you might find. And when a genius ...

Read More »

Tablet burns through mattress as child sleeps

tablet

An 11-year-old British boy had a “lucky escape” when a tablet burned through his mattress down to the springs, but never developed into a full fire as it continued to smolder as ...

Read More »

Selfie on electric transformer kills woman

transformer

A woman in Russia who allegedly climbed onto an electricity transformer to take a selfie ended up electrocuted and burned to death. Witnesses cited in a report by The Sun said local police near the village of Kuznetsy were still ...

Read More »

Missouri electric crews return from hurricane duty

crews

Electric crews from Kansas City and across the state traveled to South Carolina to help restore  power to the state. Now, one hundred line workers are heading back leaving about 65 workers ...

Read More »
X
X