Smart meters are supposed to switch power use from high
demand times during the day to lower demand times at night.
This has been presented as a way to save the consumer money.
The amount saved according to Rob’s calculations is a paltry
$40 a year, so perhaps there is another reason for the
installation of smart meters?
Rob States argues that Smart meters are responsible for a
zero reduction in power usage, they simply shift the power
from one time to another, the amount of power used remains
the same. He points out that if PG&E were really interested
in saving electric power, the company would use
super-conducting high tension lines. The use of these lines
would result in a 30% increase in efficiency with a
significant saving in power generation and fuel.
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