Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

Electrical News

We're nowhere close to an electric vehicle infrastructure plan

As Hurricane Irma barreled toward Florida in September, Governor Rick Scott told residents “you need to go right now," setting in motion an evacuation of 3.0 million people, leaving gas stations empty. But what if all those cars had been electric?

Exploring the properties of graphene with bacteria

Nanoscale ripples can be introduced onto the surface of graphene through the use of microscopic organisms. Scientists have used rod-shaped bacteria to alter the conduction of electricity on sheets of graphene.

Third day of mystery power surges cripple BART commuter trains

Oakland - Restoration of a full complement of train cars on the Bay Area's heavily traveled BART system could take months, officials said Friday after the third consecutive day of failures on the Pittsburg-Bay Point line.

Scientists find new way to control light for next gen computing

Scientists have created a device reminiscent of a bee's honeycomb that can twist beams of light around tighter curves than has ever been witnessed before. This could become a powerful way of transmitting data on circuit boards in next gen computers.

Noise from electronic gadgets can cause some serious headaches

When you hear the word “noise,” you probably think of screeching, banging, humming, screaming or maybe Def Leopard. But to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), “noise” has a whole different meaning.

Nissan reveals world's fastest electrically powered super-car

With the price of gasoline approaching $4-per-gallon, Nissan plans on changing the mindset we have on electrical cars with their latest concept super-car.

U.S. sets off alert over Chinese paper

Dalian - A paper written by a Chinese graduate student regarding the vulnerability of the U.S. power grid has raised concern in the U.S. congress.

Man allegedly chops down pole for copper

A 47-year-old man accused chopping down a utility pole to steal its copper wiring was charged with misdemeanor criminal trespass.
 

Search Digital Journal Archives


Set up a news alert for

Electrical


Electrical Image

Peel Police found grow-op at home that was on home this week. Grow-ops often have risks with gas emi...
Peel Police found grow-op at home that was on home this week. Grow-ops often have risks with gas emissions and the need for additional electrical wiring.
Peel Regional Police handout
Electrical transformer on a pole.
Electrical transformer on a pole.
Glogger
TRANSIT: A BART train loads passengers at Daly City station.
TRANSIT: A BART train loads passengers at Daly City station.
lensovet / Wikimedia Commons
Peel Police found grow-op at home that was on home this week. Grow-ops often have risks with gas emi...
Peel Police found grow-op at home that was on home this week. Grow-ops often have risks with gas emissions and the need for additional electrical wiring.
Peel Regional Police handout
Peel Police found grow-op at home that was on home this week. Grow-ops often have risks with gas emi...
Peel Police found grow-op at home that was on home this week. Grow-ops often have risks with gas emissions and the need for additional electrical wiring.
Peel Regional Police handout

Latest News
Top News