Category Archives: PG&E

Wheels Coming Off Smart Grid as PG&E Smart Meters Explode/ Burn/ Smoulder in Stockton, CA After Crash Causes Surge

STOCKTON, CA — Numerous media outlets are reporting that an inebriated driver in Stockton hit a pole yesterday, causing a powerful electrical surge that led dozens of “smart meters” to explode or catch fire. Excerpt from the Stockton Record on … Continue reading

Posted in California, Fires, PG&E, Smart Grid | 4 Comments

“Tell her to not manipulate her age and fragility to get her way”

While reading through backchannel e-mails, it seems that again and again there is one particular individual at the CPUC who pushes the utilities to be even more mean, hard, and cruel than they already are. (and that is a feat … Continue reading

Posted in California, Changing a Meter, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, PG&E, Santa Cruz County, Smart Grid | 4 Comments

PG&E Threatening 84-Year-Old Santa Cruz Woman with Disconnect if She Fails to Pay Protection Racket Fee

PG&E and other investor owned utilities (IOU’s) in California have been playing a cat and mouse game of threatening to disconnect people for refusing to pay coercive opt out fees, and then backing off at the last moment- in many … Continue reading

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, PG&E, Santa Cruz County | 6 Comments

“Rogue Agency” – Protesting Peevey’s (ex parte) Party

Posted in California, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, Federal Government, health effects, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, PG&E, radio-frequency radiation, San Francisco, Smart Grid | 2 Comments

CPUC’s Peevey: “People…Feel Pain from EMF”

More incriminating e-mails coming out between the CPUC and PG&E, confirming that Peevey was more of a servant than a regulator, as EMF Safety Network reports: “Peevey believed people were suffering from smart meters.  He believed PG&E should do something … Continue reading

Posted in California, CPUC, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, health effects, PG&E, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, San Francisco | 1 Comment