Naperville residents are denied
|Below are examples from around the country (including BC) of residents who have been given various choices about smart meters. To date - Naperville residents have been given no choice to keep thier analog meter and no choice to protect against privacy or radio frequency radiation.|
Today @ 2pm a hearing will be held to determine if the referendum question, allowing residents to vote on this project, will be allowd on the ballot.
Will Naperville residents be denied?
Come to the hearing and find out.
Jan 3, Tuesday, 2 pm
Council Chambers, 400 S Eagle St
After years of insisting that PG&E customers would receive smart meters, like it or not, the California utility, in response to increase public backlash, has now offered its customers the option to keep their analog meter. Naperville residents have been denied.
Connecticut Light & Power Co.'s plan to replace existing electric meters with advanced technology would be very expensive and would not save enough electricity for its 1.2 million customers to justify the expense, Attorney General George Jepsen said.
View statement here.
People can opt out of the program by keeping their existing, analog meters, or having a modified smart meter installed with its wireless transmitter turned off, the PUC decided. Customers also have the option of moving a wireless smart meter to another location on their property.
Click here for details.
The state Public Utilities Commission directed NV Energy to look at allowing customers to opt out of its controversial smart meter program.
for details.Washington DC
"In every respect, we are responding to consumers who have, since the start of our smart meter education, consistently asked whether they had a right to refuse the new technology and keep their current electric meter..."
for details. Vermont
"...the opt-opt provision will offer GMP's customers flexibility in their relationship with the Company allowing them to elect, for whatever reason, to not have a smart meter installed."
View document here
. British Columbia
A complaint has been filed under Section 47 of the Utilities Commission Act requesting an injunctive freeze on the wireless component of the Smart Meter Program without delay.
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