Category Archives: unqualified workers

Controversy continues over smart meters – ABC News Video

The Victorian Government is standing behind the roll out of electricity smart meters despite reports of a growing number of house fires. Watch the video via this link Controversy continues over smart meters – ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation).

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Smart Meter installers do not have to provide a Certificate of Electrical Safety.

Energy Safe Magazine Issue 23 Summer/Autumn 2011 Click here We refer you to the following pages:Page 6, ESV plans audit of the electrical industry with focus on certificate usage due to their concerns with a large number of defects being discovered. “The LEW (licensed electrical … Continue reading

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Smart Meters in Victoria: Information and Concerns UPDATED

Smart Meters in Victoria:  Information and Concerns Version 3: Updated March 2013

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Smart Meter Safety – Today Tonight

Today Tonight 08.02.2011 – Smart Power Meter Safety

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Smart meters may get the flick | Herald Sun

VICTORIA’S new electricity smart meters could get the axe with the state’s 2.6 million households and business owners being asked for their view. The State Government will today launch a review of the program amid fears of rising electricity bills … Continue reading

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Smart meter shock: electrical hazards found in 3500 homes

Melissa Fyfe February 13, 2011 Milena Adams says wiring in her Richmond home was faulty. Photo: Ken Irwin VICTORIA’S energy regulator has conceded smart meter contractors might lack required skills and is reviewing the qualifications of workers rolling out the $2 … Continue reading

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