Smart meter compromise may help NV Energy customers
A new deal between the State Bureau of Consumer Protection and NV Energy may take the weight off your wallet. Video by ktnv.comvideo
Las Vegas, NV (KTNV) -- A new deal between the State Bureau of Consumer Protection and NV Energy may take the weight off your wallet.
The original plan was to charge about $100 to customers who didn't want a smart meter.
A new proposed plan would cut that to $53.
Cusomers would still be hit with an $8 monthly fee, though.
NV Energy has installed more than 1 million smart meters already.
Some customers have criticized the program, say the meters may pose health hazards or invade privacy.