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NHEC Says Smart Meters Do Not Infringe on Privacy

Residents in Bristol, New Hampshire, have spoken out regarding their opposition to the installation of smart meters in their homes, claiming that such meters are an invasion of privacy.  The residents, groups such as the New Hampshire Coalition Against S
October 10, 2012

Residents in Bristol, New Hampshire, have spoken out regarding their opposition to the installation of smart meters in their homes, claiming that such meters are an invasion of privacy.  The residents, groups such as the New Hampshire Coalition Against Smart Meters, and even state representatives claim that information about individual device use may be obtained with these smart meters.  The New Hampshire Electric Cooperative (NHEC) has refuted these claims, stating that these smart meters cannot record anything other than the amount of electricity being used by an entire household.  NHEC has nearly completed its installation of roughly 83,000 smart meters in its service territory, which it began in June 2011.  Click here for the full story.

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