“Smart” Meter Case Taken to Arizona Supreme Court

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“Smart” Meter Case Taken to Arizona Supreme Court
Information & Perspective by Warren Woodward
Sedona, Arizona ~ January 10, 2019

Last month the Court of Appeals ruled against me in my appeal of the Arizona Corporation Commission’s decision regarding Arizona Public Service Company’s “smart” meters. Among other things, that “smart” meter decision allows APS to charge customers who refuse “smart” meters an extortion fee, and it completely disallows solar and commercial customers to refuse a “smart” meter when in the past they always could.

The case was consolidated with my appeal against another decision the ACC made regarding the so-called “grandfathering” of APS’s R-Basic Large plan which is no longer available to customers even though some people are still on it. I also appealed the so-called “90-day trial period” whereby new APS customers can’t take the R-Basic rate for 90 days but instead have to be on a Demand or…

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