Montana Public Service Commissioner Randy Pinocci appeared on Montana Gazette Radio recently to discuss legislation regarding Northwestern Energy that is currently moving through the Montana legislature.
During the course of the interview, the topic switched to Smart Meters and their potential dangers. The host shared an e-mail with Commissioner Pinocci that was sent in by a loyal listener. The e-mail is posted below:
Northwestern Energy has begun switching out electric and gas meters for SMART METERS in Montana. How odd, because communities across the USA have banned them for nearly a decade. See STOP SMART METERS movement online. We stood against them in Port Angeles, WA, by building cages over the old meters—until they had to uninstall 100 smart meters, drop the hugely hyped program and leave town. Smart meters start house fires, kill bees and plants, transmit through and damage human cells, cause leukemia, and track and share private household data and habits. Please help us (in Lolo!) to stand against smart meters. Spread the word!
Thank you. Virginia, from Lolo, Montana
The evidence proving that Smart Meters are dangerous is voluminous and several videos and reports have been published outlining the apparent dangers of having a Smart Meter on your home. Commissioner Pinocci had the following to say about a person’s choice regarding Smart Meters:
“I sure want to tell the listeners that I’m committed to standing next to them if they want to keep a conventional meter they should be able to have one, if they want a Smart Meter they should be able to have one. I will stand by the public having a choice.” – Public Service Commissioner Randy Pinocci
You can see the portion of the interview where Commissioner Pinocci covers Smart Meters by clicking the video link below.