Maine Court: Wireless Smart Meters Don’t Threaten Health

Maine Court: Wireless Smart Meters Don’t Threaten Health

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Maine’s highest court has upheld a decision that wireless smart meters pose no credible threat to the health and safety of customers.

The Maine Public Utilities Commission reached that conclusion in a 2014 report.

Smart meter opponents then asked the Maine Supreme Judicial Court to intervene, arguing that the PUC’s findings weren’t backed up by enough evidence.

But Agnes Gormley, senior counsel at the public advocate’s office, says the PUC spent more than two years reviewing the health and safety concerns.

“They reviewed a very large amount of evidence,” she says. “And we thought that their finding was supported by all that evidence. So we were glad that the law court upheld the commission’s decision.”

Ed Friedman, a smart meter opponent and the main plaintiff in the case, says he’s still reviewing the today’s high court ruling.

http://news.mpbn.net/post/maine-court-wireless-smart-meters-don-t-threaten-health#stream/0

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