Debbie Kimberly is director of customer programs and marketing
for Salt River Project.
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What wasn't reported in this article was that SRP originally planned on charging its customers $99 each for Smart meters. And if you chose not to buy one, they would charge a customer $15 per month for meter reading, yet only read it every other month and estimate the other months. The customers revolted over this plan so we ended up getting the Smart meters for free, as we should have due to their cost savings of not paying as many meter readers. Truth be told.
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