Florida Power and Light

In a recent press release, FPSC Chairman Art Graham states,

Smart meters reduce meter and billing costs, reduce billing errors, and help the utility quickly identify service issues, but we recognize that a handful of customers want to keep their ‘non-communicating’ meters. While these customers should expect to pay a fee to cover this added

Two years after providing approval to Florida Power and Light to install smart meters, the Florida Public Service Commission has decided to have a public workshop regarding the devices due to public outcry. Scheduled for September 20, 2012, the workshop will give the public the opportunity to provide comments regarding smart meters. The Commission has