OKLAHOMA CITY – Some Oklahoma families continue to fight to have smart meters removed from their homes because of health concerns.
On Tuesday, a hearing was held with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission to decide if commissioners will hear Sherry Lamb’s entire case.
After a smart meter was installed in her home, Lamb was diagnosed with electromagnetic hypersensitivity disorder, or EHS.
Don Powers, Lamb’s attorney, said, “I have clients from eight different counties and all of them have been impacted by smart meters from different providers.”
Customers cite studies that shows 3 percent of the population is hypersensitive to smart meters and 30 percent will be in the future.
OG&E disagrees with that science.
After several failed attempts to have her OG&E smart meter removed, Lamb brought her complaints to the corporation commission.