By Cassandra Anderson 

EMF Consultant & Regulatory Advisor David Wilner of Novato California filed a lawsuit against utility provider PG&E concerning SmartMeters that have been deployed to over 8 million homes, at a cost of $2.2 billion.  PG&E contends that SmartMeters are safe, yet they have asked the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to give customers an opt-out choice of radio-free SmartMeters or returning to analog meters.  The CPUC’s decision is still pending.

It is hard to imagine how PG&E could defend itself against the following causes of action in Wilner’s lawsuit:

•  SmartMeters emit radio frequency (RF) radiation which is a health danger.

•  PG&E said that their SmartMeters emit only 1 watt of RF radiation, but they really emit more than 2 watts, so the radiation cloud in the entire network area is more than 16 million watts of RF pulsed radiation!  Wilner’s lawsuit seeks to reduce the radiation down to PG&E’s stated level of 1 watt. More

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