BC Premier Breaks Promises on Smart Meters. Sharon Noble – January 4, 2019 – The Goddard Report with Jim Goddard by talkdigitalnetwork – January 04, 2019

(audio 27:43) BC Premier Breaks Promises on Smart Meters. Sharon Noble – January 4, 2019 – The Goddard Report with Jim Goddard by talkdigitalnetwork – YouTube – January 04, 2019:
(Smart meters, wifi, so many ways to hack into our infrastructure

 

(podcast 27:26) January 4, 2019 | BC Premier Breaks Promises on Smart Meters – The Goddard Report with Jim Goddard – HoweStreet.com – January 04, 2019:
https://www.howestreet.com/2019/01/04/bc-premier-breaks-promises-on-smart-meters/

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The Goddard Report Video Archives of Interviews with Sharon Noble, Director, Coalition to Stop Smart Meters re Smart Meters and Health Issues from Wireless Technologies:

 

See BCUC & Smart Meter Fires Report (July 2017): http://www.stopsmartmetersbc.com/bcuc-smart-meter-fires-the-failure-to-protect/)

4 thoughts on “BC Premier Breaks Promises on Smart Meters. Sharon Noble – January 4, 2019 – The Goddard Report with Jim Goddard by talkdigitalnetwork – January 04, 2019”

  1. I think part of your topics should include that the SM program was rolled out by politicians to stop the theft of power from illegal marijuana grow opts. But just in Dec 2018 in Squamish BC they busted an illegal grow opt that was stealing power. Another lie by BC hydro and politicians. The SM program was suppose to stop the theft of power. But slam me with a bill saying my analog meter is illegal, and meanwhile keep letting grow opts “steal” power and cost the consumer. And I am sure there are plenty more grow opts out there stealing power, because of there wonderful revenue friendly SM program. As a medically disabled person John Horgan gave me a raise in income. Then he clawed it back with ICBC and BC Hydro. And in the end I had less income from the raise I got. Sounds about right, some are more equal on this animal farm. Soon they will ask for a raise in there pay and they will get, because they can’t seem to get by on a six figure income. LOL!!!

    1. Hi Jon,
      Excellent point. Some very knowledgeable people have said that it is easier, much easier, to hack into a smeter to steal power than into an analog. In fact one person (no name provided) told me his daughter had innocently interfered with a smeter with her cell phone.

      Hydro had created numbers about the amount of energy stolen by grow ops that increased from less than $20 million a year to more than $100 million as needed to support the business case for the smeters.

      Thanks a lot.
      Sharon

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