[ RadSafe ] Smart meters

Brent Rogers brent.rogers at optusnet.com.au
Thu Jun 2 17:14:31 CDT 2011

My power bill is based on what time-of-day I use it, and the bills are significantly (at least 25%) lower.  There was a startup cost, to install a 2nd meter, but well worth it.

Brent Rogers
Sydney Australia

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On 03/06/2011, at 5:51, "Emer, Dudley (CONTR)" <EMERDF at nv.doe.gov> wrote:

> http://www.sdge.com/documents/smartmeter/EPRI_1022270.pdf
> The real problem for the user won't be cancer from the RF but a heart attack from the power bill when utilities start charging you on a tiered hourly basis rather than a fixed-price monthly integral.
> Dudley Emer
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> I hope that someone on the list who is more knowledgeable than I about the new wireless electric metering technology can provide a comment about the claims of harm made on the website:
> http://www.smartmeterdangers.org/
> This method of providing electric use date is replacing the traditional monthly personal visit by a meter reading person, obviously a significant cost saver for a utility.
> Robert Barish, PhD CHP
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