Smart meters removed
More than 8,000 Smart Meters have been removed from Florida homes at their owners' request. This was admitted by Florida Power and Light.
Recently, FP&L began replacing standard electric meters on residents' homes and businesses and replacing them with Smart Meters, which provide remote meter readings.
To remove your Smart Meter, call (800) 871-5711 and ask for a customer advocacy representative, who will call you back in a couple of working days. You must be available when they call back. Most meters are being replaced in less than a week, with regular digital (ones).
If you have been sick and don't know why: infants, babies, pets acting odd, tumors (there are many symptoms, and doctors do not recognize these yet), get the meter removed quickly.
The Public Service Commission is having a tentative workshop Sept. 20 in Tallahassee to hear complaints.
To confirm if the workshop is still on, call PSC at (850) 413-6096.
No scientific research has been done on these Smart Meters by FPL, although there is plenty available.
To start with, go to American Academy of Environmental Medicine (aaem.com) and search the site for "smart meter." See and click "Press Release." The April shocking report will come up.
PSC is accepting complaints at FL PSC, Attn: M. Futrell, 2540 Shumard Oak Blvd, Tallahassee, FL 32399-0850 or Fax to (800) 511-0809.