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Industry scientist paid $14,681 for one day of testimony promoting Smart Meters

Dr. Leeka Kheifets, lately of UCLA, but also connected to the utility industry’s Electric Power Research Institute and the World Health Organization conflict-of-interest filled EMF Project, has frequently appeared for PG&E, APS, and other utility companies to vouch for Smart Meter … Continue reading

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March 17, U.S. Senate hearing on electric grid innovations

There is no representation of the public at this hearing. and therefore, the committee will not receive information about the myriad problems and costs of Smart Meters and the Smart Grid. NARUC will be on the panel (see previous posts on … Continue reading

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New tools for the industry to get your personal energy data

It is ridiculously easy to see and analyze someone’s energy data now. https://smartmeterharm.org/2014/07/09/privacy-invasion-data-mining-and-surveillance-with-smart-meters-part-1/ https://smartmeterharm.org/2014/07/09/privacy-invasion-data-mining-and-surveillance-with-smart-meters-part-2/ https://smartmeterharm.org/2015/02/03/digital-electronic-internet-of-thingsiot-and-smart-grid-technologies-to-fully-eviscerate-privacy/ However, the states and the industry have publicly stated that data is “aggregated” – all the information clumped together and impossible to disentangle. Because of … Continue reading

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New York Times fails to report conflicts of interest in coverage of power line health issue

By Paul Brodeur, former staff writer at the New Yorker Published in Huffington Post, December 12, 2014 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-brodeur/new-york-times-power-line-coverage_b_6314400.ht ml In recent days, employees of The New York Times have posted no fewer than three pieces on the newspaper’s website, asserting … Continue reading

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