August 12, 2021 The latest results within the MeterEMI project, published by the University of Twente, have shown an interference case in a household situation resulting in a perceived power generation by a smart meter. This perceived power generation has occurred in a house in the Netherlands with no power generating equipment such as solar panels, wind turbines or any other. The peculiar situation took place after installing a commercial remote-controlled on-off switch behind a television set, which was used to turn the television set completely off, reducing energy leakage coming from the standby mode. During the time the television set was switch on, the total household consumption dropped significantly and even reached negative values, thus “generating” power! This research study is further explained on the website of the PE research group of the University of Twente and the technical description as presented during the 2021 Joint IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity, and EMC Europe can be found in the research paper . [VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfvWM3Vpqt8]  T. Hartman, B. ten Have, N. Moonen and F. Leferink, “How to Earn Money with an EMI Problem: Static Energy Meters Running Backwards”, 2021 Joint IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal & Power Integrity, and EMC Europe, 2021.