As you may already know, SCE has a flawed opt-out program not just because it is charging fees to opt out of something that its customers never opted into, but also because not all SCE customers are being allowed to have the analog option. Unlike SDG&E and PG&E’s opt out program, which allows its customers to have the analog meter opt out (for a fee), SCE’s opt out program will only restore the analog meter on the residences of those who had an analog meter before a smart meter was installed on their home, or if the customer has an analog meter and is on the delay-install list.That’s right — this means if you’re an SCE customer and you had an advanced digital meter that may or may not have an RF component on it on your home before the smart meter was installed, sorry, you are out of luck.If you like a guy or he likes you, it’s perfectly OK to ask him not to post things about you online, including pictures.Some things don’t have to be shared with the whole world.
If you’re an SCE customer, call 1-800-810-2369 today to make sure you’re in the Opt Out program or else SCE is going smart meter you.
Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) opt-out proceedings. The Gas Company recently submitted its smart meter opt-out proposal.
Because many of us have family and friends in Southern California Edison (SCE) and Southern California Gas (The Gas Company) territories, here’s an update to what’s happening on the smart meter front for them.
Making a great first impression might be even more important in online dating than going to the bars.
In online dating you can either put yourself out there for a person to read and find out everything about you or you can remain secretive and just list a name and a photograph.