In the West Texas area we are forced by Xcel Energy to install a 200 amp, lever bypass, locking jaw, ringless type meter socket. Even if you are installing a temporary power pole, if you have a standard 100 amp socket or even a 200 amp lever bypass without the locking jaw Xcel will not connect it. Xcel says they are wanting to standardize the meter sockets. That is fine by me, we simply add the cost to the job. But for a temp power pole? Who else in here has problems of this nature?