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PUC Hearing Considers Watered Down Opt-Out Measure-Commenters Needed
Well, we are finally getting an actual Hearing on the issue of Advanced (aka “Smart”) Meters in Texas from the PUC. Sadly, it is not on “our terms”, but on theirs. They (the PUC) in all their wisdom, have already … Continue reading
PUC of Texas says “Let them Opt-Out”! Really?
Yes. A “mini-victory”, but not a total solution. On Dec. 13, the PUC Commissioners all three voted to have an Opt-Out for concerned citizens who are not in favor of having the new Smart Meter technology on their homes. The truth … Continue reading
SMART METER ACTION ALERT – UPDATE!!! CONTACT THE PUC BY MAR 30TH!!!
PUC HAS OPENED UP FOR PUBLIC INPUT, BUT YOU MUST CONTACT THE PUC BY MAR 30TH TO BE INCLUDED IN THE COMMENT PERIOD!!! URGENT- PUC Calls for Comments on the Smart Meter Issue! They are taking comments from the Public … Continue reading
Can I AVOID a Smart Meter?
There is no simple answer- It depends on whether you can outsmart the Installers! Here are some suggested steps that might delay any installation. Hopefully, indefinitely, or until there becomes a moratorium on their deployment. These are written with Texas … Continue reading
File a Complaint with the Public Utilities Commission of Texas
Texas Public Utilities Smart Meter Complaint Form In our campaign against smart meters, you can help by filing an informal complaint with the Texas Public Utilities Commission. The form is on line and you fill in the form and submit it … Continue reading
Appliances, A/C’s and Electronics Damaged – more Coincidence?
Are Smart Meters Causing Damage to Appliances? As if Over-Billing and Invasion of Privacy weren’t enough to get your blood boiling about these so called “Smart Meters”, now we have them to thank for fried computer circuit boards, damaged pool … Continue reading
2 HOUSE FIRES in ARLINGTON, Tx. Result of Smart Meter Install
Smart Meters Installed With Electric Power On Even though the Arlington Fire Department recommends electric power be cut off during smart installations, Oncor continues to ignore this safety instruction. The video shows results. On August 17, 2010, in Arlington, Texas … Continue reading