Utilities attorney taking on ‘submeter’ companies after using service (OH)

He thinks public officials have ignored the conduct of submeter companies. Part of this is because the issues are complicated, and he thinks some officials do not understand what is happening. Part of it is an imbalance of political power, as the advocates for maintaining the system are developers, a group that has much more influence than consumers.     Read the article……………


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