State utility regulators saying they’ll review Central Maine Power’s controversial Smart Meter installation policy.
The Public Utilities Commission voted Tuesday to look into whether C.M.P. is being unjustly discriminatory by not providing customers an option to opt out of the program.
The meters are designed to improve customer service and to lower costs but some say the wireless devices could pose a public health risk.
Several cities have moved to stop the installation of the meters altogether.
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