Category Archives: FDA

WHO KNEW? The Wireless Smart Meter Meltdown

Perspective by Cindy Sage:  The misguided program of mandatory ‘smart wireless meters’ has done more to undercut the gains in public support for energy conservation in this country than any other single factor. The national shift to embrace energy conservation … Continue reading

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Agency Staff Struggle to Make Sense of a Senseless Project

The other day I was chatting on the phone with someone who works at a fairly senior level at the California Public Utilities Commission.   After reading the FCC Authorization Form (pdf) that requires that all persons be kept at least … Continue reading

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