Apparently, the main reason that the U.K. is doing far better than the U.S. in terms of implementing smart meters is that those clever Brits embarked on a plan to educate the public on the benefits… 98 more words
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There are numerous sites out there that rant and rave about the negative effects of RF- they are not completely wrong in this. However many people today fail to read with discernment, or they fail to read all the words on the page, or just do not fully understand them- in other words they only skim over such things as this blog and therefore fail to fully comprehend what is said here. 6,014 more words
A New and Upcoming Company That Wants to Exploit You, and They Really Do Not Understand What the "Smart Grid" is or How it Works.
A heads up for the readers, and while I am loathe to name the company I corresponded with, but they are not the only ones out there either. 765 more words
Here’s an article that ponders the question: Should we be focusing on a strong (i.e., resilient) grid, rather than a smart (i.e., green) grid? Personally, I think the two are so similar that I see no reason to split hairs. 79 more words