CUB Calls on PGE to Expedite Meter Exchange
Portland General Electric announced on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 that 70,000 smart meters installed in homes throughout its service territory between 2010 and 2012 will be exchanged due to recent company tests showing that they do not meet PGE’s operational and safety standards. Three small fires involving PGE’s smart meters have been reported in the service territory, one of which caused minor property damage.
PGE has said it will exchange all 70,000 meters by the end of October of this year. CUB calls on PGE to do everything in its power to speed up this timeline. The news release in...
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