Monthly Archives: January 2016

Texas: Smart Meter backlash, purple posts, and the liability of Public Private Partnerships (P3s)

“Without individual assumption of responsibility, proper function of government at any level cannot be assured.” From the New American by Kelly Holt 13 January 2016 When residents of Smithville, Texas, learned the city had contracted for major utility infrastructure changes, … Continue reading

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Smart Meter risks in 2016; the global rollout continues

From Alliance for Natural Health January 6, 2016 As the huge and increasingly expensive smart meter rollout continues in many continents and countries across the world, there is now clear evidence that the ‘benefits’ of the controversial electro-magnetic radiation (EMR) … Continue reading

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In Great Britain, a warning over a ‘ghastly mess’ in £11bn plan for smart meters — a disaster in the making

From the Times January 4, 2016 by Robin Pagnamenta, Energy Editor An £11 billion project to install more than 50 million smart electricity and gas meters in homes is a “ghastly mess” that will not work, according to a leading … Continue reading

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Certification laboratory says Smart Meter “design flaws…known to cause serious fire hazards”

Here it is, again — proof that the industry has been very concerned about Smart Meter fires, and proof that it has been lying about the hazard. MET Laboratories is A leading independent electrical testing & certification lab providing true … Continue reading

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More email revelations: JP Morgan, Deutsche Bank, Citigroup, BoA, and UBS oppose CPUC reform, want continued “supportive” agency

Reform of utility regulatory agencies is presently impossible. Public outcry is essential, and by and large, the public doesn’t care. Secondly, regulatory commissions in the United States are industry-facing, together with their parent organization the National Association of Regulatory Utility … Continue reading

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