Types of Construction
Subdivisions (Lots under 4 acres)
Electric service that involves an extension of primary lines into residential subdivisions may require a non-refundable Contribution in Aid to Construction (CIAC). The fee is calculated on a cost per lot based on the method of construction minus a revenue allowance.
Large Lot Subdivisions (Lots 4 acres or larger)
A large lot subdivision is any tract of land that is divided into lots (of four or more acres) and developed for residential use. The extension of primary lines into the subdivision will require a CIAC from the developer. It is based on the estimated cost of the extension without revenue allowances. The CIAC is refundable if additional customers are added to the extension within four years.
The addition of overhead primary lines on private property (not part of a regular subdivision) will require the customer to pay a cost-per-foot of overhead primary line in excess of 500 feet. Underground secondary service from overhead lines is provided according to NES specifications.
A non-refundable Contribution in Aid to Construction (CIAC) may be required from the developer, based on the estimated revenue generated by the development and the cost of providing electric service.
Permanent electric service to a mobile home is available if the mobile homeowner owns the property and the home is connected to a water system and septic tank or sewer.
We suggest consulting with us regarding special service and non-standard voltages. NES will provide information about the character of service available, location of NES lines and our ability to meet special requirements.
Standard Available Primary Voltages
Standard Available Three Phase Secondary Voltages and Maximum Demand
Standard Available Single Phase Secondary Voltages and Maximum Demand
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