From Robin des Toits / France TV Info
For the past four years and the appearance of the Linky electric meter, many people have opposed their installation in their homes. In Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), lawyers propose to take collective action against Enedis, the subsidiary of EDF which manages these meters.
Jacques Marchetto, an inhabitant of the agglomeration Toulouse (Haute-Garonne), thought they could escape the Linky counter in their building. But one of these meters, assigned to a store on the ground floor, ended up being installed. He decided to participate in the largest legal action ever taken against the meter . With 10,000 other plaintiffs, he will pay a subscription: € 8.20 per month for two years which will be paid to the two lawyers responsible for leading the legal battle against Enedis.
20,000 meters installed per day in France
Since the installation of the first meters four years ago, the mobilization of anti-Linky has been reflected several times in the street. The launch of this new collective action disappoints Enedis, represented by its lawyer, Me Michel Guénaire. 24 million meters have already been installed in France. An additional 11 million will be added within a year, at a rate of 20,000 per day. A deployment, which for the moment, has never been interrupted by the courts.
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