Except that the ground rod would be the supplemental electrode covered by 250.53(D)(2). That section referes to 250.56 which requires the ground rod to have a resistance of 25 ohms or less. It is not clear that the ground rod meets that requirement. A second rod may be required.Originally posted by earlydean:
... If it isn't yet, then it's fine. Bond it, and life goes on.