Health fears aside, wireless smart meters lost a battle Thursday when the state Public Utilities Commission ordered SDG&E and Southern California Edison to allow customers to trade their new electric and gas meters back for older analog versions. The change-out comes at a cost. Most customers will pay $75 to restore an analog meter and then $10 a month, as we reported. So the question is: Are the perceived dangers of smart meters worth the expense?
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