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March 11, 2011


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Today's SF Examiner is reporting on the opt-out process:

Drowning out a chorus of boos and hisses from angry audience members, the state’s utility watchdog approved a plan Wednesday that would charge fees to residents who want to opt-out of PG&E’s contentious SmartMeter program.

Residents who elect to abstain from the digital energy readers will have to pay a one-time fee of $75 and a subsequent monthly bill of $10, as part of the plan authorized by the California Public Utilities Commission.

Read more at the San Francisco Examiner: http://www.sfexaminer.com/local/2012/02/pge-customers-must-pay-opt-out-smartmeters#ixzz1lG640vd0


BENNINGON, Vt. (AP) -- Four southern Vermont towns have passed nonbinding resolution opposing the use of so-called "smart meters," but Central Vermont Public Service says it will continue installing the wireless digital electrical meters as scheduled.

Voters in Bennington, Dorset, Manchester and Sandgate approved resolutions during floor meetings or by ballot. Smart-meter opponents say the devices pose health risks and raise privacy concerns.

Central Vermont Power spokesman Steve Costello told the Bennington Banner (http://bit.ly/zgbAgA) that the utility has already installed some of the new meters in Rutland County and that everything remains on track to connect about 160,000 of them in time.

The utility says the meters are perfectly safe.

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