Compteurs Intelligents: DÉJÀ 8 états AMÉRICAINS sur 50 ont des options de refus et 8 autres considèrent faire de même – 1er juin 2013
19 janvier 2015 par maty185
By Alyssa Edes Boston Globe Correspondent June 01, 2013
Already, eight states, including Maine and Vermont, have adopted laws or regulations that make it easier for customers to opt out of smart-meter programs and keep old analog meters. Eight others, including Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., are considering similar measures. Representative Thomas Conroy, Democrat of Wayland, has filed a bill in the Legislature that would give Massachusetts residents the right to say no to smart meters.
“I’ll admit I haven’t done all the research on the alleged or real health effects of smart meter technology,” said Conroy. “But with an abundance of caution from my constituents, the least I could do was offer a piece of legislation to bridge the gap until the science catches up with the potential effects of smart meters, if there are any.”