According to Smart Meters, the town of Fairfax and PG&E
simply don't get along, since Fairfax strongly supports the
Marin Clean Energy plan, which would allow the Marin Energy
Authority to use PG&E transmission lines to supply energy,
including more renewable energy, to customers. However, PG&E
has been campaigning against it.
The safety concerns seem to be one more on a list of
complaints. Mayor Lew Tremaine says, "The concern is that
these things equate to cell phone towers times 10, and that
the ambient electromagnetic and radio wave fields that will
come as a result of having these things at every house
running constantly is an unforeseen health risk. For people
who are sensitive to electromagnetic radiation, it's going
to be a living nightmare."
Concern over electromagnetic fields is shared by some other
Earlier in the year, some Sebastopol residents (another town
north of San Francisco, CA) called smart meters into
question, an argument that stemmed from the debate over
whether or not radiation from cell phones and other wireless
devices can cause cancer. But where the mayor got the number
of 10 times worse than cell phone towers is unknown.
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