In this private email from CPUC President Michael Peevey to PG & E’s Brian Cherry, Peevey admits that EMF illness from Smart Meters, and other EMF sources, is real.
From: Peevey, Michael R.
Sent: 9/3/2010 1:07:53 PM
Cherry, Brian K
Subject: RE: SF Chamber Statement on CPUC Independent Evaluation of PG&E Smart Meters
The press coverage was very good and helps PG&E big time, overall, as well as other companies, etc. One thought for the company: If it were my decision I would let anyone who wants to keep their old meter keep it, if they claim they suffer from EMF and/or related electronic-related illnesses and they can produce a doctor’s letter saying so (or expressing concern about the likelihood of suffering same). I would institute such a policy quietly and solely on an individual basis. There really are people who feel pain, etc., related to EMF,etc., and rather than have them becoming hysterical, etc., I would quietly leave them alone. Kick it around. And, it sounds like the company may already have taken this step, based on a couple of the comments at yesterday’s public hearing.
Behind the scenes, industry is well aware of the health problems associated with EMF exposure from Smart Meters and other technologies.