jonathan white wrote:Which protest are you referring to?
Tell you what will really work...stop paying them.
Morgan Morrigan wrote:Why don't you have Solar City do a residential install, that is easy to sell , along with the house?
They work with Home Depot. Another company out of Cal, by an apple guy, does the same thing. You pay a lease on the panels, which is typically less than a standard bill , without A/C.
There is no radiation coming off your meter, that could be found with a CivDefense meter. Really. Any transmissions off the smart meter are Radio Frequency.
If it is going off, then you have radon, contaminated flooring, or a gas leak.
Dangers of smart meters are basically privacy and security.
there are some stat sheets here, to replace the capacitors in these fabulous old instruments
Brian Knight wrote:
When you invest in a renewable energy system and dis-connect from an existing electrical grid infrastructure you are denying your neighbors and community the benefits of your surplus. With PV, most power is generated when the power company needs it the most (and well designed and built homes need it the least). This lack of Peak-demand power supply drives them to build more power plants and waste more energy as most consumers are located a far distance from the power plant. Locally produced PV that would be wasted in off-grid scenarios, reduces the neighboring homes environmental costs in extremely resource efficient ways in grid tied systems.
Using grid tied PV also dramatically reduces the upfront, long-term, maintenance and environmental costs of the system.
Travis Nibler wrote:I know solar might bring up the value if done correctly. But we just cant afford to do that.