In what amounts to an ad for Consumers Energy, the Hillsdale Daily News has written a story (call it a
The meters will supposedly be installed in the fall. Neither Consumers Energy nor the newspaper bother to tell the reader that a person may retain their analog meter. See our website post on the Consumers Energy opt-out for information on how to keep your analog meter.
Be sure to let everyone know, you can opt out. And be sure to write your state rep regarding the Analog Choice Bill.