Smart meter opt out bill: Pennsylvania legislature skeptical

May 9, 2012 at 11:08 pm

In Pennsylvania this week a legislative committee heard testimony on whether utility customers should be allowed to opt out of getting smart meters installed on their homes and businesses.

According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, both Democrats and Republicans on the Pa. House Consumer Affairs Committee expressed skepticism about the proposal to modify a 2008 state law which gave utilities 15 years to deploy smart meters…

Full post: Smart meter opt out bill hits headwinds in Pennsylvania legislature

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Entry filed under: Government, opt-outs, outages, Pennsylvania, Smart Meters, states.

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