California PUC: new consumer data access and privacy rules for smart meters

July 28, 2011 at 7:08 pm

Today the California PUC voted unanimously to adopt the world’s first comprehensive set of rules to ensure that consumers can access the detailed energy usage data gathered by their smart meter — while also protecting the privacy and security of their data.

This decision applies to the three large investor-owned utilities which serve 80% of Californians with electricity (Pacific Gas & Electric, San Diego Gas & Electric and Southern California Edison). At our last count, these three utilities had installed 8 million smart meters. By the end of 2012 they will deploy the final 3 million.

Here’s what this decision calls for…

Full post: California PUC adopts consumer data access and privacy rules for smart meters

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