Newsletters 2015-12 DEC

2015-12-01 – Homes can be hacked/cyber attacked via “smart” appliances

2015-12-02 – Fire report says Port Alberni fire was caused by smart meter

2015-12-03 – The financial report, at last

2015-12-04 – Smart meters replaced in Arizona after 7 years

2015-12-05 – Internet-of-things opens doors to our personal data

2015-12-06  – Telus Microcell Transmitters

2015-12-07 – Day 1 Lawsuit Certification Hearing

2015-12-08 – Day 2 Lawsuit Certification Hearing

2015-12-09 – Day 3 summary, and Hydro’s lawyers begin tomorrow

2015-12-10 – Expert calling for RF classification to be 2A, probable carcinogen

2015-12-11 – Hydro caught lying, endangering dam

2015-12-12 – Hydro deliberately misleads BCUC (again)

2015-12-13 – BC Hydro applying for $700 reconnection fee.

2015-12-14 – An example of the precautionary principle being applied

2015-12-15 – Underwriting Lab admits $$meters are fire hazards and utilities and manufacturers know

2015-12-16 – Woman in Slocan Valley area has power cut by Fortis.

2015-12-17  – More on BC Hydro’s $700 reconnection punishment fee

2015-12-18 – BCUC needs to provide BC Hydro’s justification re. $700 fee

2015-12-19 – People in Cowichan Valley choosing between food and heat, thanks to BCHydro.

2015-12-20 – BC Hydro is trespassing again. Why so many visits?

2015-12-21 – Hydro’s application for amendments to the Tariff needs a careful read.

2015-12-22 – Some great stories about people who are off the grid, and loving it!

2015-12-23  – Telus not providing info re. microcells

2015-12-24 – BCHydro keeps no records on smart meters that have burned or failed

2015-12-26 – Report explaining how even very low levels of RF are extremely dangerous

2015-12-27 – BCHydro is requesting amendments to the contract we have to accept for service

2015-12-28 – Update on RF war games over Olympic Peninsula

2015-12-29 – Dr. Martin Pall charges that Royal Panel failed to perform its scientific duty  when reviewing Safety Code 6

2015-12-30  – Is Telus misleading about providing fiber optics to homes