People wishing to apply for a new service should call or stop by our office or contact us to set up an appointment with Mr. Jason Wright, our assistant line superintendent. Jason does the engineering for all new services. Jason will meet with you on site to look at your proposed service. There are several pieces of information he needs from you in order to give you the best possible advice on your new service. If you know this information before you meet with Jason, it will streamline the process and save time and money.
- Know where you want your service to be located. Our point of attachment is below the breakers on URD secondary services and at the tail of the load wires on overhead services. Therefore, it is important that you know exactly where you want your meter located.
- Know if you want your secondary to be underground or overhead to your house. This is necessary for us to determine the type of meter loop to install. We do not work beyond our point of connection; it is your responsibility to run wire from the meter location to your service entrance.
- Know if you plan to have an all-electric home if this is a residential service. This will determine the size of the service you need. Your electric rates may vary (see our rate schedule) depending on the type of service you need. You will see by our rate schedule Electric Thermal Storage heating is the lowest electric rate for residential services. If you are building a new home, check on this very efficient method of heating while you are getting your new service lined out.
If your new service requires the building of a new line, is the deed recorded at the county court house? Please obtain a copy of the deed for us; this assists us during the right-of-way and easement phase of your project.
Download a Wyoming electrical permit application, fill it out, print it, and along with the appropriate fee, send it into the state electrical inspector. This must be done before we can put a meter in for you. We have permit applications available at the REA office. If you hire an electrician he should provide the permit for you.
There is a minimum estimate fee of $110.00 for most new services. Large projects require larger estimate fees. This fee must be paid prior to receiving your estimate for the proposed work. This fee is non-refundable, but will be applied to the cost of building your service, should you decide to build the proposed service. Please plan to pay this fee at your initial meeting.
All construction costs (as per your estimate) must be paid prior to the commencement of construction.
If you need temporary construction power, we have temporary service devices for lease. These units meet Wyoming electric code standards.
For more detailed information, contact us.
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