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Old 07-05-2013, 07:20 PM   #113 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by NachtRitter View Post
To the best of my knowledge, Smart Grid (or Meters) has nothing (specifically) to do with reducing power transmission losses.
My bad I ment to call them smart switches, at least that is what they are calling them around here.

The smart switch only turns off your centeral A/C for 20 minutes at a time and you have to ask the power company to install one for you.

The smart meter they claim cant turn off your power, but I have been told other wise by farmers and ranchers who pump water and have their wells on smart meters.
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