State still not sold on smart metering for utility customers

New Jersey environment, energy, electricity

TOM JOHNSON / NJ SPOTLIGHT – The state is still having a lot of trouble making a decision about smart meters and whether they would benefit millions of utility customers.

Poised to order state officials to require utilities to install smart meters at customers’ homes, lawmakers tabled a bill this week to allow an agency to study how well a modest program involving Rockland Electric fares …

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