*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. A recent ruling by the Paris Administrative Court of Appeal gives us the opportunity to come back to the litigation concerning the "Linky" metering devices. Although the deployment of these meters has been going on for several years, municipal authorities are still tempted to limit it under pressure from their constituents, given the many fears aroused by this new equipment. Among these fears are in particular those concerning the potentially harmful effects of the waves emitted by the meters or those concerning the risk of intrusion into users' private lives. These issues have been invoked by municipal councils or mayors to adopt resolutions or decrees
CASE COMMENTS: REGULATIONS - ELECTRICITY - DISTRIBUTION - METERING DEVICES
Energy : The Paris Administrative Court of Appeal confirms the impossibility for municipal authorities to oppose the deployment of "Linky" meters on the territory of the municipality (Commune de Bonneuil-sur-Marne)
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