Contact MPUC

Have you experienced any of the following since your smart meter was installed?

  • Unusually high electric bills
  • Electronic interference with wi-fi, security systems, or other wireless equipment
  • Appliances that no longer work
If so, the Maine Public Utilities Commission’s Consumer Assistance Division wants to hear details!
Call them right away, at 800-452-4699 to report any smart meter-related problems.

4 Responses

  1. FYI…

    ‘Smart’ Meters Violate FCC Radiation Exposure Limits Says New Study

    EXCELLENT Report!
    “Assessment of Radiofrequency Microwave Radiation Emissions from Smart Meters” by Sage Associates (Jan. 01, 2011) (PDF downloads)

    GOOGLE: “Assessment of Radiofrequency Microwave Radiation Emissions from Smart Meters”



    FCC Violations Ignored – Cindy Sage on CCST Report
    Posted on January 20, 2011 by Admin
    Evidence Disregarded
    Cindy Sage is the co-editor of the internationally influential BioInitiative report, which has led some EU countries to strengthen their RF exposure standards. You can watch her interview about the BioInitiative Report here.

    Just days before release of the CCST document, her environmental consulting firm Sage Associates released “Smart’ Meter Emissions Finds Multiple Failures to Meet Even Lax Federal ‘Guidelines,’” the most rigorous and extensive, fact-based modeling study done to date on the electro-magnetic emissions of wireless so-called ‘smart’ meters. It reports many circumstances in which the devices – singly and in when aggregated in arrays and ‘mesh’ networks – fail to comply with even the flaccid Federal Communication Commission recommended ‘safety guidelines.’
    (partial clip only – link above for full article and additional links)

    Cindy Sage (Sage Associates) and recent videos on smart meters

  3. YOUTUBE specific links…

    Criminalizing ‘Smart’ Meters (3 videos)

    Public Officials & Citizens Comment
    Marin, County California made history on January 4, 2011 by unanimously approving the country’s strongest local ordinance criminalizing the further installation of so-called ‘smart’ wireless meters, in this case by the region’s monopoly energy utility, PG&E. The ban builds on a model initiated in the City of Fairfax, CA. This is part 1 of the public officials’ and citizens’ comments that preceded the decision.

    Criminalizing ‘Smart’ Meters – Part 1

    Criminalizing ‘Smart’ Meters – Part 2

    Criminalizing ‘Smart’ Meters – Part 3

  4. Great site and interview of Dr. Carpenter.
    We’re fighting in Wisconsin, too. Late last year, I wrote up what the utilities were doing to people who did not want smart meters on their homes. I want to update it in the next month or so.

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