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- The State of Kentucky adopted the new 2014 code on October 1st, 2014.
- The State of Ohio adopted the new 2014 code on January 1st, 2015. Note that the 2014 code was adopted for non residential & residential for 4 family & above with a few exceptions. We suggest you contact the local authority having jurisdiction to clarify which code will be applicable prior to bidding any residential projects in Ohio.
- We remind you that the code compliance will be dictated by the building permit date & not the date on the electrical permit.
- Effective June 1st, 2015 Duke Energy in Ohio only will begin installing single family residential underground services. These services will be defined as a single family dwelling on rate RS where a self-contained meter base will be fed by an underground service cable. This change will not impact multi-meter commercial, or industrial customers.
The customer/contractor will be responsible to install a (1) 2" or 4" schedule 40 PVC electrical conduit with a pull string inserted from the meter base to the company's distribution facility. The maximum length of the run is 200' with no more than (3) 90 degree bends. If the installation is outside these requirements the customer should contact the appropriate project coordinator.
- Duke's Electric Service Manual (Red Book) is updated & can be viewed @ www.duke-energy.com
- For the 2015/2016 education schedule, all classes will be held in the north building in room B123. the one exception is the December 14th & 15th class, which will be held in room B104A, which is right around the corner from B123.
- Please see the Education Page for the updated class schedule.
|Managing Member||Mark Kramer|
|Managing Member||Tom Studer|