BGE’s AMI Application Denied by Maryland PSC

June 29, 2010 at 6:00 am

Last week the Maryland PSC issued its order in Baltimore Gas and Electric’s (BGE) smart meter rollout application proceeding. The Maryland PSC turned down BGE’s proposal.

Importantly, the order found that BGE’s proposal was cost-effective and would leverage promising technical standards. So why did the Maryland PSC say no?

Full story: Maryland’s PSC Denies BGE’s AMI Application

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