Indiana Regulators Reject Duke Energy Smart Meter Plan

smart-meter-deniedThanks to SmartGridAwareness.org for this encouraging update:

“State regulators have rejected a proposal from Duke Energy to raise customers’ rates (to install “smart” meters).  The Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission said in early May in a ruling that the company didn’t provide enough details for its $1.9 billion, seven-year plan.”

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