NV Energy customers who don’t want a “smart meter” will pay extra.
The Public Utilities Commission has approved lower fees for NV Energy customers opposed to new smart meters.
NV Energy customers who don’t want a smart meter will have to wait a little longer.
The state Public Utilities Commission has approved a plan for NV Energy customers who don’t want a “smart meter” in their home.
Thousands of customers who don’t want one of NV Energy’s “smart meters” will pay for their decision.
NV Energy customers will be allowed to reject so-called smart meters-for a price.
Scores of Nevadans say they should be allowed to “opt out” of smart meters being installed by NV Energy, without having to pay for the option.
NV Energy officials are defending their use of smart meters before the state Public Utilities Commission today.
New rules have been adopted for homeowners who have their power cut off by remote control.
The state Public Utilities Commission is launching an investigation into the “smart meters” now being installed in thousands of Las Vegas homes.