Sme Electrical Contractors

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Sme Electrical Contractors offers Electrician services in Seattle WA.

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Wind Power Record: "The February 12th 52.1% wind-penetration beat the April 2016 record of 49.2%.... fb.me/3hJXKL2LH

Wind Power Record: "The February 12th 52.1% wind-penetration beat the April 2016 record of 49.2%. Wind-penetration is a measure of the grid's electrical total load served by wind." SPP is responsible for 60,000 miles of power lines running from North Dakota and Montana to Texas, New Mexico and Louisiana. Wind generates about 15% of the electricity in the SPP region and is third behind coal and natural gas."" Let's see how much wind can encroach on fossil fuels in the next 10 years!
On the morning of Feb. 12, wind power provided 52.1 percent of the electricity for the 14-state grid known as the Southwest Power Pool (SPP). This is a significant milestone for wind, which has never before provided a majority of power for any U.S. grid, according to SPP. SPP is res...


RT @NPR: Defense Secretary James Mattis: 'We're Not In Iraq To Seize Anybody's Oil' n.pr/2lDvTRQ


We always have a wonderful time at YouthCare. This is a great company, club or family event to give back to our... fb.me/3nacRLKRH

SME Inc of Seattle shared YouthCare's post.
We always have a wonderful time at YouthCare. This is a great company, club or family event to give back to our community and feed these wonderful kids.
When people hear about homeless youth at YouthCare, they often ask what they can do to help. Here's something! We need volunteer groups of 3-8 people, ages 18+, to serve lunches in March, while lunches, dinners, and even some Saturday brunches are still open in April! Serving meals at YouthCare's James W. Ray Orion Center is the perfect way to give back to your community, and make a difference in the lives of homeless youth.
2500 NE 54th St. | Seattle, WA 98105 | Phone: 206.694.4500 | Fax: 206.694.4509 | Toll Free: 800.495.7802


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RT @JimHarris: Buildings consume 40% of #energy globally & in Europe majority are 50+ years old & very energy inefficient #IBMGoT #WatsonIo…

MIT has come up with a simple to use way to find out how much energy appliances, lighting and devices use in real time. The potential for saving energy, reducing greenhouse emissions and improved safety may be huge. "The new MIT system has some key advantages over other approaches. First, it involves no complex installation: No wires need to be disconnected, and the placement of the postage-stamp-sized sensors over the incoming power line does not require any particular precision — the system is designed to be self-calibrating. Second, because it samples data very quickly, the sensors can pick up enough detailed information about spikes and patterns in the voltage and current that the system can, thanks to dedicated software, tell the difference between every different kind of light, motor, and other device in the home and show exactly which ones go on and off, at what times."
What’s Wasting Power at Home? Ask Your App! August 11, 2016 by Energy @ MIT Leave a Comment Researchers at MIT have developed a device and software that could figure out exactly how much power is being used by every appliance, lighting fixture, and device in a home, with pinpoint accuracy and at low...

An electrician and welder, young love, the Holocaust and 3 weddings = 75 years together and a heckofva Valentine's Day story. Hallmark can't touch this.
A Brooklyn couple in their 90s recounts how their love helped them survive the Holocaust. “He’s not very romantic,” she says, but he saved her life.

In 2016 26GW of power plants were installed, 15GW were from wind & solar and 1.2GW from nuclear. These sources will continue to make clean energy for decades. Let's see what 2017 will bring on line.
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) released the December Energy Infrastructure Update – it includes a summation of the annual utility scale (1MW in size or greater) installati…