Rules for Electric Meter & Service Installations (REMSI)

Information for customers and contractors

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  1. Introduction in Reference to Tariff
  2. Notice - Theft of Service
  3. Foreign Load
  4. Applying for Electric Service
  5. Map of PPL Service Area
  6. Suggested Safe Practices
  7. Definitions/Terms/Acronyms
  8. List of Rules
  9. Approved Metering and Equipment Tables Index
  10. Master Sketch Table
  11. Customer Reference Specifications
  12. Complete List of Changes Note: Revision information for Sketches and Customer Reference Specifications (CRS)
  13. Letters to REMSI Users
  14. Electrical Inspections
 

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Please be advised

  • Only electricians authorized to participate in PPL EU's Fast Track Program may alter PPL EU meter seals and make permanent connections at the customer's point-of-contact with PPL EU's distribution system. See Rule 1, J and K.

INSPECTORS: Please help PPL EU prevent unauthorized alteration of our facilities by enforcing these provisions of REMSI.

  • It has been brought to PPL Electric Utilities' (PPL EU) attention that when an inspection is failed, a second inspector is being brought in for re-inspection. This does not follow PPL EU's guidelines for multiple inspections.

Please see the Electrical Inspections section for more information.

Announcements

 

REMSI Self-Contained Metering Change:

When does it begin and what is happening?

  • Beginning 1/1/2018, we will no longer be accepting new designs for single phase and three phase CL480 (600A) bolt in style meters. We will also not be accepting new designs for 480V self-contained metering CL200 and CL320 (400A) both single phase and three phase.

What is the replacement?

  • A 48x48 CT Cabinet with a 3 finger Benelex should be used instead.
 

New online inspections from PPL Electric Utilities

Beginning March 1, 2016, only inspections submitted online will be accepted. The fax process will be discontinued.

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