Why Maine PUC says customers should pay to opt out of smart meters

June 22, 2011 at 7:30 pm

Last month the Maine Public Utilities Commission decided to permit customers to opt out of Central Maine Power’s smart meter program.

Customers who opt out can choose to retain their electromechanical meter or have the radio transmitter in their smart meter turned off. The former entails an up-front charge of $40 plus a monthly fee of $12; the latter, $20 up front and $10.50 per month.

Why should customers pay extra to not get a smart meter?…

Full post: Smart meter opt-outs: Why Maine PUC says customers should pay

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