Dr. Weeks’ Comment: The cautionary principle dictates that people need to be cautious before implementing situations which have a broad impact on public health. The convenience and profitability of smart meters is undeniable. The understanding of being hazards to human health is also increasing !
Peevey knew – since 2010 – that “smart” meters can cause physical harm.
The CPUC coordinated two RF meetings for PG&E and CPUC staff. Industry consultant Dr Leeka Kheifets of UCLA attended the second meeting, and likely so did PGE’s EMF manager Michael Herz. This email does not mention the name of the epidemiologist, but the RF meeting date is here.
To confirm it was Leeka, later PGE follows up with the “epidemiologist”- with a question- here’s Leeka’s response.
Meanwhile, a day after the RF meeting on 8/24/2010 Marzia Zafar (CPUC) writes to PG&E’s EMF manager with EMF concerns about a fast track device in her car. ftp://ftp2.cpuc.ca.gov/PG&E20150130ResponseToA1312012Ruling/2010/08/SB_GT&S_0041716.pdf
A couple days later CPUC President Peevey sends this email: ftp://ftp2.cpuc.ca.gov/PG&E20150130ResponseToA1312012Ruling/2010/09/SB_GT&S_0000529.pdf