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Is the CPUC unlawfully interfering with city ordinances on Smart Meters?

The California cities of Sebastopol and Fairfax adopted ordinances prohibiting installation of Smart Meters and infrastructure several years ago. This has been protested by PG&E and by the CPUC. On April 17, 2017, the CPUC sent new letters to the … Continue reading

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Power struggle: PG&E fights California towns to install Smart Meters

From Marin Independent Journal PG&E to defy Fairfax wireless meter ban by Richard Halstead January 5, 2017 Michael Peevey listens to testimony in San Francisco in 2014 while he was president of the California Public Utilities Commission. In a 2010 email, … Continue reading

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Listen to CPUC Commissioners talk about the smart meter opt out proposed decisions

From EMF Safety Network http://emfsafetynetwork.org/listen-to-cpuc-commissioners-talk-about-the-smart-meter-opt-out-proposed-decisions/ On December 4, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) discussed the proposed decision and alternate proposed decision for the smart meter opt out proceedings.  The first three minutes President Peevey describes the proposals and … Continue reading

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Sebastopol City Council bans Smart Meter installations

Yesterday morning, at a specially scheduled meeting, the Sebastopol City Council voted unanimously to adopt an ordinance banning Smart Meter deployment in the city and impose a $500 fine for violations. Sebastopol became the 15th California government to adopt an … Continue reading

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