More than 100 Florida Power & Light (FPL) customers who don’t want a so-called “smart” meter and don’t want to pay extra to keep their safe, reliable, and durable analog meters have filed two separate 60-page petitions with the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC). The “smart” meter is actually an AMI network communications device, deploying hazardous RF radiation.
On Jan. 7th, the PSC gave FPL approval to charge customers who refuse an AMI device a one-time $95 enrollment fee and a $13 monthly surcharge beginning in June.
Documents submitted to the FPSC can be downloaded at the links below in pdf:
FL PSC filing 00582-14
FL PSC petition for evidentiary hearings 00583-14
DOCKET 130223: Document Filings Index: