Some AGs aren’t looking to haggle over smart grid details—they just want to put up a roadblock.
Katherine Tweed: February 17, 2011
Just last week, George Jepsen, Connecticut’s Attorney General, denounced Connecticut Light & Power’s AMI proposal, which said the new meters would cost more than $430 million but would save customers more than $550 million over a 20-year period.
The utility cited savings in O&M and also in peak reduction, as the new meters would come with voluntary time-of-use pricing and demand response to curb peak usage. The AG, however, was unimpressed.
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