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California in their smart meter deployments. The smart meter controversy has also touched Texas and Maine, but on a smaller scale. In Maine, for example, smart meter opponents are pushing for a moratorium and the opt-out option as Central Maine Power Company replaces 620,000 meters with RF technology. Maine's public health director said last October that the smart meters pose no health risk because they operate on the same frequency as wireless routers used widely for home computer networks.

Many in the industry see the growing smart meter controversy as a wake-up call. Some believe the energy industry should work collaboratively and proactively to quell fears about the technology. "I think it's something that is a legitimate concern for many people, and it shows that neither we nor the utilities have done a very good job about educating people about the safety issues," said Russ Vanos, vice president of marketing for Itron, which designs, manufactures, services and installs smart meters across the country, including meters in the SCE and SDG&E service areas.

Vanos said the RF technology is completely safe and accurate and has been used in commercial and industrial applications for nearly 30 years. "RF meters are not brand new," he said. "Our utility customers have used electronic technology on their commercial customers for years, and they work. They are safe. They emit less emissions than a microwave oven in somebody's kitchen."

Vanos believes the industry has to step up, perhaps through an agency such as Edison Electric Institute, and do a better job of addressing any safety concerns. "This is an issue we have to address as an industry," he said. "The utility company has the most at stake. They own the end consumer. We have never marketed to the end user. We viewed it as their issue. But today all the vendors need to work collaboratively with the utilities and with each other and communicate to our customers."

If the move toward smart meters is slowed by the RF emissions issue in California, there are alternatives for the smart grid such as power line carrier (PLC) meters that are used more widely in Europe and China than in the United States. They are more expensive and come with their own controversy over interference issues. But some utilities have used the technology to deliver broadband to rural customers.

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