SmartMeters are installed on homes regardless of radio frequency radiation concentrations or consumer sensitivities.
PG&E is now proposing one-time charges and monthly fees from consumers who want to stop SmartMeter RF radiation.
Our municipal right-of-ways already contain gas/electric, without new fees.
To stop the RF emanating from our home, I agree to paying a new charge and fees; however, I prefer to pay them to “our” new municipal utility company.
Would municipal utility companies be more accountable than a convoluted PG&E that loses files, that spends millions on failed propositions, and now spends on propaganda promoting SmartMeters?
For sure, municipal utility companies wouldn’t spew consumers’ funds on excessive executive compensations/million-dollar bonuses/stock options.
Sign me up!