BC Hydro: No smart meter opt-outs

July 8, 2011 at 8:06 pm

Should consumers be able to opt out of getting smart meters? In May, the Maine Public Utilities Commission decided to allow this for an up-front fee of $20-$40, plus monthly fees of up to $12. And the California PUC is reviewing the opt-out proposal it requested from PG&E, in a proceeding that will last up to 18 months.

But this week, in Canada, a leading utility has decided not to permit opt-outs…

Full post: Canada: No smart meter opt-outs from BC Hydro

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