SACRAMENTO (AP) – California regulators have decided not to block Pacific Gas and Electric Co. from installing Smart Meters despite concerns about the devices’ health effects.

The California Public Utilities Commission voted 4-1 on Thursday against the moratorium proposed by the advocacy group, EMF Safety Network.

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The group says radiation from the wireless electricity and gas meters is harmful to people’s health. It calls federal radiation standards that regulate them inadequate.

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PUC President Michael Peevey told the network it should take its concerns to the federal government, not the state utilities commission.

PG&E maintains that the meters are safe. Still, other PUC commissioners said they would like to see more research on whether the meters can affect health.

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