Archive for January, 2013

Mandatory smart meters? Not anymore

by Ian Bailey – The Globe and Mail Vancouver – January 30, 2013:   B.C. Hydro says it won’t install smart meters if households don’t want them, even after the B.C. Liberal government insisted for years that the program was mandatory. In a statement Wednesday, B.C. Hydro’s smart-meter spokesman, Greg Alexis, said the utility […]

Petition & Protest to Stop Proposed Cell Tower in Edmonton

Protesters concerned about proposed cellphone tower at south Edmonton church BY CAILYNN KLINGBEIL, EDMONTON JOURNAL JANUARY 13, 2013 EDMONTON – About a dozen people who protested Sunday outside a south Edmonton church said they will return every week until their concerns about a cellphone tower proposed for the property are heard. “We’re just getting started,” […]

‘Radiation Refugee’ Files $120 Million Suit vs. Calif., SDG&E from W. Virginia

Professional musician claims wireless smart meter health effects forced her to flee San Diego home.  By Ken Stone (Patch Staff) – December 30, 2012 6:55 am ET Updated at 10:45 p.m. Dec. 29, 2012 RAMONA, CA—Deborah Cooney was valedictorian at West Boylston High School in Massachusetts, an economics graduate of Brown University and a vice president of Peoples Savings […]

2013 Hydro Refusal Letter,2,2845   Thousands of form letters were sent this week to all BC Hydro customers who have requested to retain their analogue meters. Hydro’s letter states that, absolutely, all customers no longer have a choice. If you received Hydro’s letter, the following template, with instructions, will assist you if you still wish to stand up […]

Hydro sends out Letters


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