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Liability Game-Changer: Hawaiian Electric switches to an "opt in" proposal!
Canada Created: 22 Aug 2017
Friday night I received positive news from safe meter advocate Debra Greene PhD which was so compelling that it has become the first InPowered Podcast installment.

https://youtu.be/AagT9eaAWwA

Here's the gist of what she told me:
- In Early 2017, several dozen Notices of Liability (and Non-Consent) were sent to the Hawaiian Electric utility heads, who were planning on blanket-installing 'smart' meters.

- Now, Hawaiian Electric has announced their COMPLETE SHIFT to an "opt in" plan -- in which the utility must receive explicit consent from the homeowner in order to install a 'smart' meter!

- Not only that, but the utility strangely denied that they ever even had a plan for blanket installation, despite it being openly stated for years.

This significant development is the first incident we know of where a state's major utility has changed policy to "opt in".

Go here for my 20-minute conversation (via YouTube video) with Debra:
https://youtu.be/AagT9eaAWwA

The evidence is clear: execs and officials (who are involved in causing harm) fear being held accountable in a commercial liability action.

As far as I can tell, we are on to something big. More news coming soon...
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Source: InPower Movement, Josh del Sol, 22 Aug 2017

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