If you opt for the installation of a non-communicating meter, you must pay the initial installation charge, plus a monthly charge for manual meter reading. Opting out, and paying these charges, is the only alternative to a next-generation meter.
The Régie de l’énergie [Québec energy board] has ruled that the customer charges are fair and equitable, based on the user-pay principle, because it is a personal choice. Hydro-Québec customers as a whole should not have to cover those costs through their electricity rates.
If you don’t have a propane tank, your installation is considered to be up to code.
No. Replacing the meter won’t interfere with your backup power supply, which can supply power while the installer is removing ...
Yes, you can opt out if you already have an RF meter. Any customer who doesn’t wish to have a ...