Posts Tagged smart meters

New Mexico rejects PNM Smart Meter proposal — “it does not promote the public interest”

Posted on April 11, 2018 by April 11, 2018 “The  plan presented in the Application does not provide a net public benefit and it does not promote the public interest.” — New Mexico Public Regulation Commission, April 11, 2018 Recommended Decision 3-19-18 Final Decision, 4-11-18 Case No. 15-00312-UT Today, the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission denied […]

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BC HYDRO SMART METER NUMBER-PLAY EXPOSED “Heads they win, tails we lose”‏ FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE COSCO NEWS MARCH 26 2011 BC HYDRO SMART METER NUMBER-PLAY EXPOSED A lawyer representing BC Hydro customers has accused BC Hydro of talking out of both sides of its mouth when it comes to the billion-dollar “Smart Meter” program. “Last year, BC Hydro claimed that […]

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Smart meters a hot topic at BC Hydro public meeting by Lia Fraser Source: HANS e-News – March 15, 2011 On March 9 in Victoria, BC Hydro held one of their public consultations planned in various BC cities between March and April on various projects and issues. About 250 people attended and at times the debate was heated on the issue of smart meters. […]

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School Energy Coalition approves Smart Meters

In the rapid deployment of Smart Meters in Canada, are schools going to be exposed to the same WIMAX/WIFI radiation that the WIFI in Schools caused?   Did schools not step up and say anything against this? “School Energy Coalition” who claims to represent 72 Ontario School Boards ( aka Ontario Education Service Corporation ) and is part of […]

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Smart Meter headed for Disaster, says NDP NDP MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release Oct. 4, 2010 VICTORIA —The B.C. Liberals’ plan to force B.C. Hydro to rush into spending $1 billion to install “smart” hydro meters in every B.C. home by 2012 is a disaster waiting to happen, says New Democrat energy critic John Horgan. “Recent evidence from Ontario’s smart meter […]


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