State Commonwealth Court last month determined that the 12-year-old law requiring utilities to “furnish” smart meter technology by 2023 contained nothing to require every customer to endure involuntary exposure” to radio emissions. The court’s opinion, written by Judge Ellen Ceisler, instead interpreted the law to support customer choice in the use of the smart-meter technology.”

– Andrew Maykuth in the Philadelphia Inquirer article “Court ruling throws Pennsylvania smart-meter plan into turmoil”

Steven G. Harvey, the Philadelphia lawyer who argued the case to the Commonwealth Court on behalf of several Peco customers was quoted by the Philadelphia Inquirer as stating, “We feel very strongly that Act 129 is not a mandate for everybody to get exposed to radio frequency and we’re happy the Commonwealth Court agrees with us. We think the Supreme Court is going to agree with us again.”

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Read the Court Opinion here https://cases.justia.com/pennsylvania/commonwealth-court/2020-607-c-d-2019.pdf?ts=1602181079

Docket Number C-2012-2317176

https://ehtrust.org/ruling-in-pennsylvania-smartmeter-case-against-utilities-halts-forced-meters/ Source: Environmental Health Trust