Category Archives: Federal Energy Act of 2005

Santa Cruz 4G Verizon “Monopine” Dies Well Deserved Death

A plan by Verizon Corp. to install a 4G cell tower less than 700 feet from an elementary school in downtown Boulder Creek has been withdrawn, thanks to the dozens of people who showed up at the county building in … Continue reading

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Separating Industry Fiction from Facts

(Originally published on EMFSafetyNetwork.org) The Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative (SGCC), an industry group, has published a video “Separating the Facts from the Fiction about Smart Meter”.  PG&E, SCE, SDG&E, BC Hydro, PEPCO, BGE, FPL, as well as other utility companies … Continue reading

Posted in California, Cell phones, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, FCC, Federal Energy Act of 2005, Federal Government, legal issues, PG&E, Privacy, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, Smart Grid | 10 Comments

Smart Meter Legal Rights: The Fine Points

The following was submitted to us by a reader just like you- keep your submissions coming!  Keep them brief and to the point- less than 800 words- we love to publish local reports, videos, and photos of what is going … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, Federal Energy Act of 2005, legal issues, Smart Grid, Time of Use Pricing | 2 Comments

We Are Not ‘Opting Out’………….We Are Refusing to Opt In.

By Joshua Hart, Director Stop Smart Meters! The following is written for customers of PG&E in Northern California, but it is also applicable to customers of other utilities around the US and internationally who are unjustifiably charging steep penalties simply … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, Federal Energy Act of 2005, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, PG&E | 19 Comments

CA Legislator Considering Bill to Hold Utilities Accountable for Multiple Smart Meter FCC Violations

We’ve documented how smart meter installations in California are violating Federal Communications Commission regulations, in several ways. Now here is a chance to get this matter some attention at the California state legislative level: CA Assemblymember Bill Monning (D- Santa … Continue reading

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