WATCH FREE: InPower Docu-Series (2017)

Episode #1: A Mass Action of Liability

Posted: 26 August 2017
The InPower Docu-Series illustrates a powerful new method to restore social justice and accountability. Episode #1 focuses on solving the ‘smart’ meter problem: how we can prevent and reverse the installation of this dangerous technology, through holding corporate executives and government actors financially accountable — for the first time ever. And in so doing, we can restore safety in our homes, and bring balance to our world.
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Suzan Keller
Suzan Keller

Anyone know any cities in the US that are serviced by a publicly-owned Utility company and have opted out of Smart Meter Installation? Thanks

Suzan Keller
Suzan Keller

Hi Nathan, can you tell me if cities have any restrictions that prevent them from opting out of SmartMeter installations? Our City Council says because our Utilities provider is a public utility, they don’t legally have the right. Also, as they choose not to (or legally cannot), can they become party to our NOL process? Thanks for your input.


You may NoL City Council Members as part of your 4.

Suzan Keller
Suzan Keller

🙂 I’ve already sent 8 to the PUD. This would be an additional 4! Thanks for the confirmation.

robert leitch
robert leitch

I sent my 4 NOL out on March 5. Just went in the tracking system. In one case, the utility company, their NOL has been at the post office since March 7. This is 7 days. Can you provide me with some suggestions.

Thank you

Vernon Doria
Vernon Doria
I contacted APS (Arizona Public Services) my electricity provider and asked them to change me back to an analog meter. They told me they don’t use analog meters anymore but they could change my meter to a “NON-DIGITAL” meter that they have to send someone to read every month. Then they said they needed to put me through to the department that handles this. They put me on hold for two hours on two separate occasions and it became clear to me that they were never going to answer the phone because they want to resist changing me to the… Read more »

Here in Detroit that “other” meter is also a smart meter (supposedly the antenna is turned off [but I have metered one and it was still turned on]).

Mikaela Hayama
Mikaela Hayama
<I wanted to share Edison’s response to Round 2. Hopefully you can access it on the Dropbox link here Pay attention to the excerpt quoted in the middle of the page. I interpret that to be a veiled threat to me, reminding me of the authority they’ve been granted by the state, to come into my property for just about any conceivable reason they concoct. The broad language of the statute gives them carte Blanche to do as they please. Make no mistake about their intent here: to instill fear. I don’t like to operate in a fearful state… Read more »

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I’m trying to teach you how to play the game at their level. And this is what scares them. Because they have to take the liability.

Cal discussing smart meter solution
Cal Washington
InPower Strategic Director (quoted in Episode #1)

DTE currently gives state elected office holders over $20M in campaign contributions and is also a member of one of the state’s largest lobbying groups…

Letter from attorney David Griem, about smart meters
Former City Attorney David Griem
in reponse to InPower Seed Group participant (Detroit)

I just said, “This is out of this court’s subject matter jurisdiction.” And [the judge] goes, “Ok,” and that was it. She put her head down… The [utility] attorney looked like he was going to explode.

Andrea McNinch, from Episode 1 about smart meters and liability
Andrea McNinch
InPower Seed Group participant (Detroit), quoted in Episode #2

[Utilities are] basically stripping individual citizens of what remains as consumers of control over their own lives… and putting it in the hands of Big Corporations backed by Big Government — what the conservatives call crony capitalism.

Ralph Nader's smart meter quote
Ralph Nader
consumer advocate

[Executives and officials] are never going to say, “Oh, I’m quitting because they sent me all these documents, and I don’t want to be responsible.” They’re never going to admit that. They’re just going to make us some excuse [as to why they resigned].

Laura Legere, on the InPower smart meter liability action
Laura Legere
InPower Seed Group participant (Seattle), on why executives and reps are resigning (quoted in Episode #2)

Never do anything against conscience even if the state demands it.

Albert Einstein on rights and activism
Albert Einstein
genius on multiple levels

True love does not only encompass the things that make you feel good, it also holds you to a standard of accountability.

Integrity - standing up to smart meter installers and calling them out on their criminal actions.
Monica Johnson
American writer

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