Maine: smart meter opt-out complaints dismissed by PUC

September 16, 2011 at 2:31 pm

Back in May we reported that the Maine Public Utilities Commission decided to allow customers to opt-out of getting smart meters — something eMeter believes is generally bad policy, although it was appropriate that the Maine PUC said that these customers would have to pay for the extra costs associated with opting out.

Two groups of customers filed complaints with the Maine PUC about this decision…

Full post: Maine PUC dismisses smart meter opt out complaints

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Entry filed under: consumer benefits, Maine, opt-outs, PUC, Smart Meters.

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