BGE Revises Smart Meter Application, Success Likely

July 13, 2010 at 5:33 am

Last month, when the Maryland Public Service Commission rejected BGE’s smart meter proposal, the utility industry was surprised — partly because the DOE is providing $146 million for this project. Some observers raised concerns that regulators’ support for smart meters might be waning.

On July 12, BGE refiled its smart meter application. The Commission probably will approve it this time, since the utility addressed the Commission’s two main concerns.

Full story: BGE Files Revised Smart Meter Application: Success Likely

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