AMI Smart Meter defeat at new Mexico public regulation commission
Whoever would even have guessed a state public utility commission would reject the New World Order’s and the UN’s Agendas 21 and 2030 “smart agenda” for asserting and implementing global control mechanisms by deliberately DISAPPROVING a utility company’s proposal to retrofit AMI Smart Meters on to its customers’ electric service? AMI Smart Meters are an integral link in the coming Internet of Things, smart cities, and possibly other control mechanisms.
Well, there is relief for many residents of the State of New Mexico regarding their not having to suffer the forced retrofitting, non-ionizing radiation and non-thermal adverse health effects of AMI Smart Meters, also now being called “digital meters” due to the negative connotations of the term “AMI Smart Meter.”
The New Mexico Public Regulation Commission did their due diligence and acted responsibly in the interests of NM citizens and the Precautionary Principle.
I congratulate them heartily, and wish other states regulatory commissions had such integrity.
Here is the 121-page Decision of the New Mexico Public Regulation Commission against Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM), which summarizes the application, hearing and the obvious thoughtful processes that went on at the NM Public Regulation Commission to determine
The [smart meter] plan presented in the Application does not provide a net public benefit and it does not promote the public interest.
Eureka! The sudden, unexpected realization of the solution to a problem .
On page 121 of the above docket, here is the final decision:
A. The findings, conclusions and the decretal paragraphs herein are adopted, approved and ordered by the Commission.
B. PNM’s Application is disapproved.
C. Advice Notice No. 522 is disapproved.
D. Copies of the Commission’s Final Order shall be sent to all persons on the attached Certificate of Service.
E. This Docket is closed.
ISSUED at Santa Fe, New Mexico on March 19, 2018.
NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION
Even though the above document is 121 pages long, I heartily recommend anyone who is trying to keep an AMI SM off their utility service, to study it; save it in your computer files; and also print a copy, so if it’s taken off the Internet, you still have it.
I would classify the NMPRC process and decision as perfect examples of, plus representation of, genuine regulatory agency civic involvement—not vested interests’ agendas—with the ultimate outcome being the best interests of the citizens of New Mexico.
If only 49 other states citizens were so lucky!
Hat tip to: James Robert Deal, Esq., Lynnwood, Washington