Release date: March 31, 2011
At the request of Assembly Member Jared Huffman (Marin) and Assembly Member Bill Monning (Santa Cruz), CCST agreed to compile and
assess the evidence available to address the following two issues:
- Whether FCC standards for SmartMeters are sufficiently protective of public health taking into
account current exposure levels to radiofrequency and electromagnetic fields.
- Whether additional
technology specific standards are needed for SmartMeters and other devices that are commonly found
in and around homes, to ensure adequate protection from adverse health effects.
electronic monitoring devices that continuously measure the electricity output from each household
and business. They communicate on a regular basis back to the utility. The goal is to enable power
companies to better understand patterns of power consumption throughout the day and adjust power
The final version of "Health Impacts of Radio Frequency from Smart Meters" takes taking into account input and reviews received during the public comment
period in January. Comments received as part of this process have also been released.
The report can be downloaded using the link on the left. You can also access an online version of
Appendix E from the report, containing direct links to websites and documents referenced in the report.