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Smart meters - the next political sideshow?

Paul Buckley
5/15/2009 09:00 AM EDT

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re: Smart meters - the next political sideshow?
Anna_MLE   5/21/2009 8:14:52 AM
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It'll be interesting to see what technology they end up going for - how much the roll-out is delayed while they iron out all the bugs for a system of this scale?! Although saying that, the idea has been floating around since at least 1952... http://www.ml-electronics.co.uk/smart-meters-not-such-a-new-idea-after-all Anna [http://www.ml-electronics.co.uk MLE]

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