X: are you sure you want to hear this.
X@ ok so this guy goes on to speak, Our next stage will be to charge per appliance, if you run a fridge then you cant be expected to turn it off at 5
pm to 9pm so that will be just a few pence more in peak time, but a Playstation or x box or tv or charging your phone or on pc or laptop will be
classed as luxury items and will cost a fee ( thats right a fee) if you use your laptop between 5pm and 9pm you will pay a fee plus the peak hour
tarriff, so people will either sit looking at their fridge between 5pm till 9pm or pay for the privilage of using tv computers.
Molbile phone companies have off peak and on peak, trains have off peak and on peak, car parks have of peak and on peak every company charges off peak
and on peak at busiest times, Christmas, Easter will have dearer tarriffs.
The R&D section will be split up and we want a deadicated team to work on controling appliancs through the S M (smart meter).
Our operators must have control of all appliances used in the property from their workstation.
For example if someone owes us £200 and is paying back £2 a week plus their present usage, then the operator can turn off the heating on a cold
night forcing the householder to phone (the premium line) the operator can say " your allocation has been reached and so you don't fall further
behind we can accept a payment of £50 now by debit card to restore that item, It could be £20 for a PS3 £14.50 for a Tv or Laptop.
If they don't pay they don't use.
We want Section 7 to concentrate on voice warning, if the line manager has a look at someones account and say we want them to pay another £15 per
week, the operator will look at usage habits and if say at 6.35 pm everynight a user goes on his laptop and it is 6.20pm then the laptop will be
blocked from connecting to the supply, the operator knows that this user will phone them within 15 mins, thats why we need to work on voice
notification, so the user knows its not a fault and we have blocked it.
Your Group manager will show you what we want to achieve and timescale.
How will you get a way with this, people will just refuse to have them installed, new legislation will be brought in making it an act of terrorism to
interfere with any work carried out by a power company and will be treated as saboutage.
But will schools not need to shut because they cant afford to heat the school' No No each school bill will be marked with NI (national interest) the
same for police, army, hospitals etc. individuals such as lawyers, teachers, doctors, policemen, judges , social workers ,Mps of course will be exempt
and I am pleased to say all power company employees, because they are NI tagged.
Each area will have a director who will be able to stamp any account as NI.
What about Children or the disabled, I understand that this issue has been decided on and Government will pay direct just as they pay directly to the
BBC for licences for the over 75s for children, disabled people will be no different to anyone else, in fact the children payment is to be linked to
attendance at school and unemployed who refuse to do community work will lose their credit, so an unemployed person with children will need to make
sure he does unpaid work and his children don't miss school to maintain his NI stamp.
When will it come in, we are hoping by the end of 2014 start of 2015; we will have good press as we take on unemployed people for installation door
to door contact etc. We expect the SMs to have all trials finished by May 2014.
That was what X told me, he said check it out' my company has been planning this since 2008 and nothing about it is in the media.
He said check Canada they are streets ahead of everyone.
I said that's immoral' he says I know but I have a family and bills to pay and there is not must 1 pesrson can do, I can't say that cant be done
electronically, they will just sack me and employ someone else, and anyway they know it can be done because Canada has already started.
I found these 2 links and I was dumbfounded this is actually happening they are going to charge per appliance,