Category Archives: PSREC

PG&E Refunds Smart Meter Opt Out Fees to EMF-Disabled Customer

MONTEREY, CA– On April 16th, Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) refunded Smart Meter “opt-out” fees paid by the family of Nina Beety who is disabled by electromagnetic sensitivity. Beety requested disabled accommodation from PG&E to have analog electromechanical meters on … Continue reading

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Pre-COVID Interview with New Zealand’s Grow Sanctuary, Covering EMF’s, Community Rights, and Resistance

Posted in 5G, California, Citizen rebellion, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, health effects, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, PSREC, radio-frequency radiation, Smart Grid | 1 Comment

Discussion of Our Smart Meter Legal Victory on Local Radio

Last October, I went on KQNY Quincy‘s Common Good show hosted by Joseph Munoz.  At that time, our electricity had been illegally disconnected by local utility PSREC, and we were essentially camping out in our home. Following our successful lawsuit … Continue reading

Posted in California, Class Issues and Social Equality, CPUC, Democracy, Electro-Hyper-Sensitivity, Environmental Concerns, Fires, health effects, landlines, legal issues, neighborhood organizing, PG&E, Physicians, Plumas County, Privacy, PSREC, radio-frequency radiation, Safety, Smart Grid, Wi-Fi, World Health Organization | 2 Comments

CPUC Hangs PSREC’s Marshall Out to Dry in News Article

Yesterday’s front page article in the Portola Reporter about our case revealed the fact that the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) is increasingly distancing itself from the legal debacle that PSREC brought upon themselves when they illegally disconnected our electricity … Continue reading

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Victory in 16-month Standoff as PSREC Drops Fees and Restores Electric Service

At the appeal court hearing on June 29th, after it was revealed that Superior Court Judge Ira Kaufman has a no-cost self-read analog meter at his home, and after PSREC’s legal arguments defending their “opt out” program fell apart, the … Continue reading

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