Linky faces court challenge from 300 in Bordeaux

Around 300 people are taking joint legal action opposing the installation of new Linky electricity meters by Enedis.

Lawyer Pierre Hurmic, who is leading the case to be heard in Bor­deaux in September, said: “The key argument is whether Enedis can impose them on people without a choice.

“Most households have perfectly good, modern electricity meters which work but are told by Enedis they have to ...

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