Category Archives: interference

PG&E’s Offer of Analogs Comes at a High Cost

Having been forced by bad press to throw sickened customers a meager bone–the option to keep an analog on an individual basis only, at an inflated cost–PG&E CEO Anthony Earley made this astonishing remark: “Why should we be fighting with … Continue reading

Posted in Cancer, Citizen rebellion, Class Issues and Social Equality, Climate Change, CPUC, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, Environmental Concerns, Health studies, interference, PG&E, Privacy, Safety, Smart Grid, World Health Organization | 15 Comments

“Independent” “Smart” Meter Proponent on PG&E Payroll; Company Failed to Disclose Financial Ties

Mahlon Aldridge works for Ecology Action in Santa Cruz, and makes a six digit salary from PG&E contracts, disclosures that would have been relevant on this PG&E funded circular- one might have thought he was just a “Santa Cruz resident”  … Continue reading

Posted in Bees, Carbon Offsets, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, Environmental Concerns, interference, PG&E, Plant damage, Privacy, Santa Cruz County, World Health Organization | 8 Comments

Santa Barbara “Smart” Meter Forum Video

We’re excited to be able to bring you video of the major ‘smart’ meter forum held on April 28th at Fess Parker’s Resort in Santa Barbara, organized by the Santa Barbara Tea Party and other community groups.  Thank you to … Continue reading

Posted in Cell phones, Citizen rebellion, CPUC, Democracy, FCC, Health studies, interference, Lake County, PG&E, Privacy, Safety, Santa Barbara | 10 Comments

Stop Smart Meters! Disrupts FCC Chair’s Talk in Silicon Valley Stop Smart Meters! and friends held a successful protest both outside and inside the Computer History Museum in Mountain View on Thursday as Julius Genachowski, Chair of the Federal Communications Commission, spoke about the need to increase wireless capacity, … Continue reading

Posted in Cell phones, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, FCC, Health studies, interference, Obama | 5 Comments

City Council Discovers ‘Smart’ Meters are not UL Certified

Underwriters Laboratory Confirms Meters Not Safety Tested, Raising Fire Safety Fears Capitola- During a meeting last week in which they joined six other local governments* who have passed laws criminalizing the installation of wireless ‘smart’ meters, the Capitola City Council … Continue reading

Posted in CPUC, interference, PG&E, Safety | 18 Comments