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German govt. expert: Smart Meters are access points to electricity grid, hacking the grid from private homes possible

“Introducing smart meters means you install access points to the electricity grid in private homes,” said Reinhard Gruenwald, an energy expert at the Office of Technology Assessment at the German Bundestag, a scientific institution advising German lawmakers. “You can’t physically … Continue reading

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1971 Powell memo to U.S. Chamber of Commerce urged broad action through societal structures to “attack the (Ralph) Naders”

When attempting to stop Smart Meters and other wireless deployments in local communities and educate local officials, members of the public often find the Chamber of Commerce promoting these technologies and supporting the utility and wireless companies. The Powell memo, … Continue reading

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Utilities’ profit recipe: spend more / Wall Street Journal

So long as electricity consumption is growing, utilities can spread hefty costs across their customers without increasing rates. But since 2008, power sales haven’t been growing fast enough to absorb the impact of all the added spending. To expand regulator-imposed … Continue reading

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Hydro-Québec warning about propane tanks and Smart Meters

Originally posted June 2015: FROM HYDRO-QUÉBEC: Survey of electricity meters near propane tanks  Dear Customer: Hydro-Québec has agreed with the Régie du bâtiment du Québec [Québec Building Board] to survey all of our customers’ outdoor electricity meters to ensure compliance with standards governing … Continue reading

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EPA appoints PG&E attorney to lead West Coast office

From AP News February 12, 2020 The Environmental Protection Agency has named a former attorney for the nation’s largest utility to head its West Coast office, replacing the regional director ousted from the post last week. John Busterud, who worked … Continue reading

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Be the voice for babies, kids, pets, wildlife — wireless radiation is air pollution

Used by permission Image by Barb Payne/Information Time catalyst4sense at gmail.com from: The Voice Lesson

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Electromagnetic Sensitivity page updated with Fair Housing Act information

Important information has been added to the Electromagnetic Sensitivity page about the U.S. Fair Housing Act. The section excerpted discusses the prohibition of discrimination on the basis of disability. Notice that the rules don’t just pertain to the sale or … Continue reading

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Mobile Phone Whistleblower Project launched

https://www.mobile-phone-whistleblowing.org/ From Corporate Crime Reporter Group Calls on Citizens to Blow the Whistle on Motorola Cell Phone Safety Studies Jan 27, 2020 A new organization was launched last week to expose concealed information about the health and safety risks of … Continue reading

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France: 85-yr-old wins lawsuit against EDF/Enedis for Linky meter overbilling

Linky meters are Smart Meters. Posted by Robin des Toits The Linky meter had multiplied its bill by five: Gilberte, 85 years old, made EDF fold – ladepeche.fr – 25/11/2019 The EDF bill for a Pas-de-Calais retiree had been multiplied … Continue reading

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France: 300,000 “possibly faulty” circuit breakers made by GE, ABB, Hager, and Eaton, installed by Enedis since 2017

Posted on Robin des Toits: [google translation] WEST-FRANCE INFO. 130,000 circuit breakers identified by Enedis are faulty: a security risk – ouest-france.fr – 10/31/2019 Joël Le Gall / Ouest-France Enedis has identified thousands of faulty circuit breakers, installed since 2017. They … Continue reading

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