USA: North Carolina recognizes EHS as sufficient to refuse a wireless smart meter and ...
dinsdag, 28 mei 2019 - Categorie: Berichten Internationaal
28 mei 2019
North Carolina recognizes EHS as sufficient to refuse a wireless smart meter and refuses to allow utilities to charge these EHS people an extra charge
''The Commission believes it is inappropriate to require customers who maintain that they need to avoid exposure to RF emissions to the extent possible to protect their health to pay DEC???s proposed smart meter opt-out charges. Therefore, the Commission will require DEC to amend its Rider MRM to remove the customer charges for those customers who provide the Company with a notarized statement from a medical physician licensed by the North Carolina Medical Board that the customer must avoid exposure to RF emissions to the extent possible to protect their health. Upon receipt of such statement, the Company shall waive both the one-time and the monthly fees under Rider MRM. The Commission further requires that such medical statements must be handled and processed by the Company in a secure and confidential manner to protect customer privacy.''
(page 14, North Carolina Utilities Commission, Docket No. E-7, Sub 1115; E-100, Sub. 147; E-100, Sub. 153, June 22 2018)
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