California regulators ask PG&E for smart meter opt out proposal

March 11, 2011 at 10:18 pm

Last week, Maine was exploring whether to let Central Maine Power customers opt out of getting smart meters. This week, the California Public Utility Commission asked Pacific Gas & Electric to provide a proposal that would allow PG&E customers to opt out of smart meters.

Although I think offering an opt out is bad public policy, in the end this is a reasonable approach. Here’s why…

Full story: California asks PG&E for smart meter opt out proposal

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Entry filed under: California, Maine, PUC, Regulation, Smart Grid, Utilities.

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