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A plan to roll out millions of 'smart' meters across France to monitor household electricity consumption has suffered a setback after a court ordered EDF subsidiary Enedis, which manages the grid, to replace the connected 'Linky' meters at the homes of several of its customers after they complained of illnesses caused by the electronic field generated by the devices.
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