An electrical measuring device fitted with a boxed box installed outside a butchery in Châtette-sur-Loing in Loiret burned down a similar month in a similar city. Contacting AFP, the Enedis administrator, the company responsible for setting up the meter, denied linking the line to the fire. The fire metro appeared on Friday at noon, according to firefighters and police, confirming information from Central Republic,
This is the second time in less than a month when nearly 1,000,000 people lighted the Line counter. "The source of the fire would be accidental," a police source said on Saturday. The owner of the Boucherie du Center announced his intention to file a complaint against Enedis. His new meter was installed three months ago in his absence. Videos of witnesses show smoking. We see that fire starts with cracking, then black smoke and finally flames.
In a town a few meters ago, a meter exploded. On Oct. 13, in the same city, a counter had been installed in the pavilion, which he exploded in his fifteen days. The Pavilion was badly damaged and its two residents, retired, were evacuated. "An electric meter can not explode or fire spontaneously," Enedis said, adding that "there is no element determining the origin of the fire yet."
Eleven million households equipped. The officer at the Enedis Center-Val de Loire said he was awaiting the results of the survey. "The meters were tested in the laboratory and do not explode, there is no breath," he argued, saying that only "2% of the fires of electrical origin in France counting the tables, a number that has not changed for years." Installed at 30,000 per day, green anise counter now supplies 11 million households. The legislator calls for Enedis, the subsidiary of EDF, to cover the territory, ie approximately 35 million meters by 2021. To date, 91,000 meters were installed in Loiret.