Tag Archives: Smart meters

Free viewing this week – Take Back Your Power 2017!

The internationally award-winning documentary Take Back Your Power, originally released in 2013, exposed the ‘smart’ meter agenda. Watch the new and updated 2017 Final Cut of Take Back Your Power for FREE through to August 11th (for Australian viewers this equates … Continue reading

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Glenview (Sunshine Coast) Smart Meters Information Meeting, 2 August, 7:00 pm

Community Information and Awareness Meeting on Smart Meters All invited – Free entry  7 pm Wednesday 2nd August Glenview State School

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Smart meter radiation and health – why are we neglecting non-toxic alternatives?

The Ecologist, a British environmental magazine, looks again at some of the inconvenient truths about so-called smart meters. Writer Lynne Wycherley points out that we will only achieve a biosustainable green grid if we factor in precautionary EMF science into … Continue reading

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Smart Attack! – Animated short film tells it like it is….

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N29AtA3VodU

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Smart meters vulnerable to hacking | The Canberra Times

Your smart meter could be hacked, your energy held to ransom, its usage monitored to determine the best time to rob your house, or even used by advertisers to determine your favourite TV show. Director of the Centre for Internet Safety at the … Continue reading

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University Study Exposes Smart Meters Inflating Power Consumption Readings

Smart meters overcharge consumers by up to 582% while at the same time collecting owner’s data which is then sold to third parties for further profit, according to the first major university study into the controversial technology. The University of … Continue reading

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Victoria delays implementation of national arrangements for metering competition

The Victorian government has decided that it will not transition to the new national smart meter rule until 2021.  The new rule, which is intended to facilitate a market-led deployment of ‘advanced’ meters and metering competition, commences on 1 December … Continue reading

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