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hhsting

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Other than contacting them which takes long time, how else can you tell if power company offers following services overhead or underground or both overhead and underground for commercial:

100A service
200A service
300A service
400A service
600A service
1200A service
2000A service
 

GoldDigger

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Other than contacting them which takes long time, how else can you tell if power company offers following services overhead or underground or both overhead and underground for commercial:

100A service
200A service
300A service
400A service
600A service
1200A service
2000A service
Some POCOs publish a service tariff book which lists the available service configurations, usually with the caveat that not all configurations will necessarily be available at all service locations.
 
I would say in general anything is available underground, with perhaps limits if there is existing infrastructure that is being reused. Overhead typically has limits due to transformer size - although I have seen POCOs put 3 500's on a pole or two big voltage regulators :blink: but they dont seem to want to put big ones up for serving customers. In my experience with the utilities I work with, 600A is the limit for overhead (even though a 600 would likely not be served with 600 amps of transformers).
 
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