Why would they bother to put up a meter, read it, and send a bill for a
Both the city and the power company know how much power a street light uses.
The power company charges the city an annual fee per street light.
On Mar 8, 7:03 pm, email@example.com wrote:
On a rare occasion, if the site is at the border of two electric
companies that have a large price differential, a consumer might do
that to put the point of service (the meter) inside of one territory
and then a line into the house (or whatever) that in the other
territory. But it's pretty rare.
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