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Pepco, a subsidiary of Pepco Holdings Inc., is behind schedule with its smart meter deployment.

According to a Washington Examiner report, the utility planned to complete all of its meter installations by year-end, but Pepco spokesperson Marcus Beal told the paper that the company has only installed 429,000 units for its Maryland customers and still has 121,000 more meters to go. The utility now expects to complete its rollout by the end of January.





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