Another Smart Meter Warning — 5 Comments

  1. I’ve seen plenty of arguments for and against the introduction of smart meters. With British Gas enforcing these in our homes I see it as an invitation to help reduce your carbon footprint by watching the amount of energy we use.

    • Maybe, but at what cost to your health and privacy? I’ve heard the signal can be hacked into fairly easily. At minimum, people should have the right to opt out.

  2. From GreenWin at E-Cat World:
    Blowback against the intrusive “smart meter” continues as NSTAR Electric, Massachusetts largest utility tells Dept. Public Utilities smart meters are BS:

    “It’s a really, really stupid grid,’ said James Woolsey, ex-CIA
    director, about the “smart” meter network. A criminal with a laptop and some know-how can ascertain whether someone is home or not, and shut off your power with a cell phone!”

  3. Move off the grid and have a small solar setup.If this bothers you that much.
    Fits right in with the ability to control your power usage remotely.I remember Ca. wanting to do this.

    • The smart grid is an international program that’s attempting to connect every home and business. It’s happening right now.

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