Monthly Archives: August 2016

Health experts criticize North Carolina Smart Meter report

PDF of this letter August 2, 2016 Edward S. Finley, Jr., Chair North Carolina Utilities Commission Subject: Docket Number E-7 Sub 1115 – Smart Meter Opt-Out Fees Dear Chairman Finley: We, the undersigned, are a group of scientists and health … Continue reading

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Physician asks North Carolina, Will you ignore EMF/RF health risks as you did with tobacco?

From News & Observer Comment on  “Duke Energy proposes $150 opt-out fee to customers who don’t want a smart meter “, August 3, 2016 By Dr. Larry Burk, MD As a radiologist specializing in MRI, I have made my living for … Continue reading

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New Yorkers pressure utility industry for smart meter alternative, citing health and safety issues

From Natural News August 1, 2016 by Daniel Barker (NaturalNews) Citizens of New York State are demanding that utility companies provide an alternative to “smart meter,” due to increasing concerns over safety and health. Digital utility (DU) meters, commonly known … Continue reading

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PG&E’s new more powerful Smart Meters

PG&E has posted information on its website about Meter-Connectors, a much more powerful multi-function Smart Meter When did PG&E start using these 2 watt meters? How much antenna gain is used? How would someone know if they had one? Do … Continue reading

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EUROPAEM EMF: Guideline 2016 for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of EMF-related health problems and illnesses

This EMF Guideline gives an overview of the current knowledge regarding EMF-related health risks and provides recommendations for the diagnosis, treatment and accessibility measures of EHS to improve and restore individual health outcomes as well as for the development of … Continue reading

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North Carolina: Experts support public objection to Duke Energy Smart Meters

From the News & Observer Duke Energy proposes $150 opt-out fee to customers who don’t want a smart meter August 3, 2016 By John Murawski jmurawski@newsobserver.com A meter reader reads a customer’s electric meter and keys the information into a … Continue reading

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Illinois: ComEd may seek extension to deadline requiring Smart Meters for all customers

Smart Meters are mandated in Illinois. The cumulative time of transmissions which ComEd rep McMahan gives in the article below — 5 minutes over a 24 hour period — is much higher than many meters. These transmissions are very brief pulses. If each pulse is … Continue reading

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