The Problem: Close Proximity Microwave Radiation Antennas near Homes

The Problem:
Close Proximity Microwave Radiation Antennas near Homes
MARCH 6, 2018

A must read:

Click to access 2018-0306-Close-Proximity-Microwave-Raidation-Antennas-in-Santa-Rosa-Neighborhoods.pdf

The Solution:
Moratorium for six months
Update Municipal Wireless Code
Only in comm. zones & on PG&E poles
Least intrusive means for coverage
Most energy-efficient video data trans.
Accommodate those disabled with EMS
Staff Direction:
1. Suspend encroachment permits
2. Cancel MLA due to fraud
3. Roll back Policy 300-04
4. Revise MC 20-44 w/ public input
5. Restart process w/ public input


Itron, Mississippi Power to deploy smart meters

Brace yourselves, Mississippi, Itron smart meters are a health hazard to you and your family!!! Itron smart meter WAS on my home and it made me sick with migraines, nausea, heart palpitations, vertigo, nose bleeds, nervous tension, insomnia and our Utility, National Grid lied and told us it was not a smart meter.  WARNING!!! Whatever they choose or however they spin this harmful technology do not believe what they spin…….Sandaura

Itron, Mississippi Power to deploy smart meters

Itron announced a new agreement with Mississippi Power—a unit of Southern Co.—to support the utility’s grid modernization plans and continued leadership in technical innovation within the utility space.

Itron will deploy and manage its standards-based Gen5 IPv6 network platform to connect about 193,000 advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) devices to help improve operational efficiencies and increase grid reliability for Mississippi Power customers across southeast 23 Mississippi counties. Itron will also deliver back-office capabilities to Mississippi Power through a five-year Software-as-a-Service (Saas) model to aid in the utility’s operational and customer engagement transformation efforts.

“AMI will allow Mississippi Power to serve our customers more efficiently from an operational standpoint, which in turn increases the value we provide to the communities we serve,” Mississippi Power Vice President of Customer Services Organization Nicole Faulk said. “This technology, and our partnership with Itron, will benefit our customers in many ways. From real-time usage reporting to remote connect and disconnect and more, we will be installing meters that will help us enhance our customers’ experience and prepare for emerging smart grid applications.”

“We’re excited to be expanding our footprint in the southeastern U.S. through our agreement with Mississippi Power on its progressive efforts to modernize its grid system,” said Mark de Vere White, president of Itron’s Electricity business line. “Mississippi is a state with diverse terrain and a history of extreme weather conditions. The opportunity to work with Mississippi Power to deliver its customers a more reliable, cost effective and efficient smart grid is truly rewarding. We look forward to building a long lasting, trusted relationship with Mississippi Power.”

Itron’s advanced technology will be integrated into selected Mississippi Power smart meters to enable secure and reliable wireless networking connectivity between Mississippi Power’s business and residential customers to the utility’s back office. The communications and computing modules will help Mississippi Power form a resilient and reliable mesh network, providing access to demand, consumption, time-of-use and interval data, alarms and power-quality data from its smart meters. By selecting Itron, Mississippi Power will put a platform in place capable of meeting the modern demands of its customers that desire more control over their energy consumption, while establishing a foundational network and management system for future smart grid advances and applications.