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  1. André Fauteux
    June 27, 2018 @ 2:16 pm

    ”In reality, these (smart) meters and their dedicated networks are primarily for the benefit of utilities, reducing their operation costs and increasing profits by firing meter readers – ironically with federal stimulus funds – while doing essentially nothing to advance what should be the real goal of the smart grid: balancing supply and demand and integrating more renewables sources. Instead, the meter networks squander vast sums of money, create enormous risks to privacy and security, introduce known and still unknown possible risks to public health, and sour the public on the true promise of the smart grid”, wrote Timothy B Schoechle PhD, secretary of the ISO committees on Home Electronic Systems and on Data Management and Interchange, in his 2012 report http://gettingsmarteraboutthesmartgrid.org/ by
    Bio : https://www.linkedin.com/in/timothy-schoechle-phd-91b13712/

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