Posts Tagged Smart Meter

Judge says Peco customer can relocate a smart meter, but not get rid of it

Updated: MARCH 21, 2018 — 1:06 PM EDT Andrew Maykuth, Staff Writer A Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission administrative law judge has ruled that a New Hope customer who says a Peco smart meter made her sick can’t force the utility to replace the wireless device, but she can pay to move the equipment away from her […]

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Merritt council to seek moratorium on Smart Meters at UBCM

UBCM president eases fears of conflict of interest SEPTEMBER 26, 2011 JOHN O’CONNOR NEWS EDITOR Members of Merritt city council will vote on a resolution at this week’s UBCM convention that would ask the B.C. government to halt its controversial Smart Meter program. Councillors Mike Goetz, Nadia Clarke, Dave Baker, and Alastair Murdoch have all […]

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We don’t want SmartMeters

http://www2.canada.com/oceansidestar/news/opinion/story.html?id=5a7b9c01-145d-46b6-a985-1abebcf3df79   Joanne Sales, Oceanside Star Published: Thursday, March 31, 2011 THE EDITOR: This summer, BCHydro wants to install SmartMeters, new electric meters installed on our homes to broadcast energy usage. BCHydro says they are open to public input. Here are my concerns. If SmartMeters are so safe, why are 32 cities and counties in California […]

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POWER TO THE PEOPLE – STOP SMART METERS Campaign in British Columbia launched

For Immediate Release                                15,03,2011 The EM Radiation Health Alliance of BC is calling for a halt to the Smart Meter Program and announces the launch of their “Power to the People – Stop Smart Meters”, Campaign. Co-chair Walt McGinnis and members of the EMR Health Alliance will be putting Hydro representative’s feet to the fire […]

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BC Hydro will work with homes concerned about Meters

2011 Interview with Cindy Verschoor at BCHydro on safety concerns http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-4s2C1l6Xc Transcript  : “We have NOT conducted any studies on the EFFECTS of wireless technology“ “It could be Wired or Wireless” “We do understand that some customers do have some concerns about  technology, and that there are some people who are sensitive to wireless technology and in […]

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NDP CHALLENGE PREMIER-DESIGNATE TO PROTECT B.C. HYDRO CUSTOMERS

March 10, 2011 VANCOUVER – With a pending 50 per cent increase to B.C. Hydro rates, New Democrat interim leader Dawn Black and energy critic Doug Donaldson today called on Premier-designate Christy Clark to take steps to protect families from skyrocketing B.C. Hydro bills. Black said Ms. Clark should start by suspending B.C. Hydro’s $1-billion […]

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First to Profit from $1B Smart Meter Program: Liberal Insiders

http://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2011/03/07/SmartMeterProfits/ First to Profit from $1 Billion Smart Meter Program: Liberal Insiders Firm winning $73 million contract is connected to BC Hydro director, has close ties with Libs. By Will McMartin, Today, TheTyee.ca Share http://thetyee.ca/Opinion/2011/03/07/SmartMeterProfits/ Twitter shared 34 times. British Columbians frustrated by a looming 50 per cent increase in their monthly power bills probably will […]

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Smart Meters Pose Health Risk

Gulf Islands Driftwood – Opinion Published: February 16, 2011  10:00 AM By CHRIS ANDERSON Electromagnetic radiation – EMR – such as measured from so-called smart meters –  has been associated in many scientific studies with negative health effects: (“Gulf Islands pilot for BC Hydro Wireless project”, Feb. 9). Hydro has decided to install a WIMAX system and smart […]

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BC Hydro’s Wireless Pilot project

RuggedCom’s Utility Grade RuggedMAX Broadband Wireless Solution to be Deployed in a Field Trial of a Proposed WiMAX Wide Area Network. CONCORD, ON, Jan. 31 /CNW/ RuggedCom Inc., (“RuggedCom”) (Toronto:RCM.TO), a leading designer and manufacturer of rugged communications networking solutions for mission-critical applications in harsh environments, today announced it has been selected as a supplier […]

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BC Smart meter installation and support contracts awarded

Smart meter installation and support contracts awarded to Corix, Capgemini, BC Hydro announces JANUARY 25, 2011 BY SCOTT SIMPSON, VANCOUVER SUN     COMMENTS Corix Utilities has won a $73 million installation contract in BC British Columbia’s Corix Utilities has won a $73 million contract to install new power meters for BC Hydro’s smart meter program. Hydro […]

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