DTE Energy offers customers an opportunity to decline the new wireless meters, but plans to charge one-time and monthly fees.

By Joni Hubred-Golden and Jessica Carreras

March 1, 2013

smartmeterA Michigan lawmaker has introduced legislation to stop a proposed DTE Energy plan to charge customers who don't want new wireless "smart meters."

The Oakland Press reported Thursday that state Rep. Tom McMillin (R-Rochester Hills) has introduced legislation that would allow DTE customers to opt out of the new meters without paying a proposed $87 one-time fee and $15 monthly fee.   Read more>>>

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