The Smart Grid Connects everything:
Technocracy Patrick Wood – Just say No to Smart Meters – http://vimeo.com/28247826
technocracy – Webster
- Government by technicians
- Management of society by technical experts
- Replacement economic system based on energy distribution and consumption and run by engineers, scientists and technicians.
What is a Smart Grid –
A Smart Grid delivers electricity from suppliers to consumers using two way digital technology to control appliances at consumers homes to save energy, reduce cost and increase reliability and transparency.
A nickname for ever widening palette of utility applications that enhance and automate the monitoring and control of electrical distribution.
Smart Meter Research from Karen Bracken, AgEnder
How will the ELITE control billions of people? Easy, use Smart Meters and grids to control their movement and energy.
[download id=”93″] Your report on smart meters by Orlean Koehle
Indian River Co. has passed legislation allowing citizens to opt out of Smart Meters [download id=”157″]
TN Smart Meter Opt Out Petition
I asked this question of attorney John Schlafly, the son of Phyllis Schlafly, founder and national president of Eagle Forum, the conservative organization that has always stood for the protection of life, liberty, property, and privacy rights. John sent me the following information:Yes, the Energy Policy Act of 2005 is downloadable on the site or at http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/BILLS-109hr6enr/ df/ BILLS-109hr6enr.pdf.
As I read this federal law, it does not mandate the utilities to install Smart Meters in homes. It only mandates the utilities to “offer” them and to install them “upon customer request.
So, if any of you hear the same statements that the meters are mandatory, just quote the above from the Energy Policy Act. The installation is not mandatory. It should only be installed upon customer request. You are the customer and you do not request them. You refuse them!
The Law is here [download id=”94”] The Energy policy stating customers may request Smart Meters.
According to the federal Energy Policy Act of 2005, the federal bill behind the smart grid and smart meter plan, Section 1252 (pages 370-374) calls for time-based metering and time-of-use pricing shown below. The federal law does not mandate the utilities to install smart meters on homes, it only mandates, the utilities offer them and install them upon customer request. A complete copy of the 550 page law can be found online at: <http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/CRPT-109hrpt215/pdf/CRPT-109hrpt215-pt1.pdf>. Section 1251. Net metering and additional standards
Section 1251 requires each state and non-regulated electric utility to consider whether to require each electric utility to make available upon request net metering service as set forth under Section 111 of the Public Utilities Regulatory Policies Act of 1978
(PURPA). The section requires state regulatory authorities to consider standards for such service with certain exceptions.Section 1252. Smart metering
Section 1252 requires each state and non-regulated electric utility to consider whether to require each electric utility to make available upon request time-based metering service as set forth under Section 111 of PURPA. The section requires state regulatory
authorities to consider standards for such service, including time of use, critical peak and real-time pricing, and peak load reduction plans with customers with large electric loads with certain exceptions. The Secretary of Energy shall provide technical assistance on demand response.Great Report from the Humbolt Tea Party
Federal Energy Act of 2005 states clearly that smart meters are to be OFFERED to residential customers, not mandated or forced. Read this letter from a US representative clarifying the matter.