Monthly Archives: November 2014

SaskPower Smart Meters Catch Fire When It Rains

As reported at this website last month, an independent review in Canada revealed that smart meters are experiencing catastrophic failures when rain water  (and/or condensation along with other contaminants) gets into the smart meters themselves, causing arcing  across electronic components … Continue reading

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Smart Meter “Concern May Be Warranted” Advises the City of Warrenville, Illinois Environmental Advisory Commission

According to the Warrenville Environmental Advisory Commission (WEAC): “Smart Meters … are coming to Warrenville … There has been controversy over the non-ionizing RF-EMF radiation they give off.  Some concern may be warranted, though the risk is likely less than … Continue reading

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Green Electricity or Green Money?

In a new paper, “Green Electricity or Green Money?  Why some environmental groups hamper clean energy,” the National Institute for Science, Law & Public Policy seeks to foster dialogue about possible impediments to courageous leadership by environmental organizations.

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Smart Meter Privacy Invasions Are Not Justified in a Democratic Society

by K.T. Weaver, SkyVision Solutions This article presents a compelling argument on how granular data collection by smart meters invades the privacy of consumers and, furthermore, how such privacy invasions are not justified in a democratic society. This article is … Continue reading

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