In a remarkable about-face this morning at a public meeting, the president of the CPUC, Michael Peevey, told a man made ill by his “smart” meter, “[PG&E] will provide that you can go back to the analog meter, if that’s your choice.”
Here it is, live in color, clearly stated: you can have your analog back. Armed with this knowledge, we urge people all over California to call their utility now to ask for their analog meters back, too.
Can it be possible that this man and this commission will make it right with the thousands of people who have been literally begging to have their analog meters back? Many questions are still unanswered: How much will this man made ill by a “smart” meter, or any of us, have to pay in order to protect our health? What about communities whose representatives have voted against having these meters and the mesh network that goes with them?
Michael Peevey to Chandu Vyas, a member of the public : “I would urge you to continue to talk to PG&E, and they will provide that you can go back to the analog meter, if that’s your choice. Did you understand what I just said? Sir? Okay. Mr. [Sidney Bob] Dietz is one of their representatives, but he isn’t the only one.”
Want your analog back? Contact PG&E representatives Sidney Bob Dietz, 415-973-5921 or Thomas Bottorff, 415-973-3889.
The whole meeting on video: