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IEEE 3001.2

Recommended Practice for Evaluating the Electrical Service Requirements of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems

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Organization: IEEE
Publication Date: 6 December 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 76
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This recommended practice explores commercial, institutional, and industrial design of electrical services, interconnecting with a utility distribution or transmission system. Close coordination between the facility electrical designer and the serving utility are critical for a successful service connection. This recommended practice considers the electrical system information needed by the designer concerning the utility's system characteristics and the electrical load information needed by the utility to design a satisfactory electrical interface between the serving utility and the premise electrical distribution system. It describes various ways to take power from the serving utility. It also covers the specific requirements for utility metering on service entrance equipment, as well as service equipment rooms, vaults, and pads.

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IEEE 3001.2
December 6, 2017
Recommended Practice for Evaluating the Electrical Service Requirements of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems
This recommended practice explores commercial, institutional, and industrial design of electrical services, interconnecting with a utility distribution or transmission system. Close coordination...

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