Researchers at Stanford are pleased to report the following: Thousands of miles of buried optical fibers crisscross California’s San Francisco Bay Area delivering high-speed internet and HD video to homes and businesses. Biondo Biondi, a professor of geophysics at Stanford’s School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences, dreams of turning that dense network into an … Continue reading Stanford researchers working on regional “seismic observatory” using existing fiber optic networks
Finally, after 6-1/2 years, the utility at fault for the horrific San Bruno gas pipeline explosion that killed 8 people, destroyed 38 homes, and damaged 108 homes in total, will finally face some consequences related to criminal charges filed against the utility.
This evolving saga has been covered multiple times over the years by AECforensics.com. Here is a quick timeline of what has happened to date: Continue reading “Latest on San Bruno Pipeline Explosion Consequences: Public Shaming and Community Service for PG&E”
Chasing water leaks means working backwards. Instead of using the best materials to put a project together, you must break apart a masterpiece to find a flaw. Without x-ray vision and a clear way to proceed, the job could be a real headache. A good app… Continue reading Common Roof Leak Locations
A typical residential energy audit takes approximately five to six hours, with the first step being a complete building analysis looking at the square footage and volume of the structure, the construction materials and building methods used, and the ag… Continue reading Local Reno Firms provide RESNET Energy Audits, BPI Building Analysis & Retrofit Solutions