"Starry Eyed" gained literal meaning when 14,000 volts zapped a 42 year old California electrician after a work related accident.
After the "Polar Vortex" blew its frigid air into much of the us including Florida, where temperatures dipped into the lower 30s overnight, accompanied by 20s wind-chill. Electric distribution became a huge issue for Northeastern States untility Provider PJM.
Great News In Solar Powered Innovation, The Department of Energy in an effort to ensure America's Continued Leadership in Renewable Energy, Announced $60 Million to allow Affordability to more Homes Owners and Businesses.
Smoke alarms properly installed and maintained play a vital role in reducing fire injuries and Death, Almost two-thirds of home fire deaths in 2005-2009 resulted from fires in homes with no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms.
An Action 9 Investigative report revealed a dangerous, often overlooked Circuit Breaker Installed in thousands of homes and buildings from the '60s into the '80s. Phillip Freeman, a retired Electrician knew and dealt with Federal Pacific breakers in his Electrical Career, yet his son Brian fell victim to a failed circuit breaker, causing a fire at his Panama City Residence.