1 - Introduction
Introduction
1.A - Key Contacts
1.B - Service Territory
1.C - Definitions
1.D - Policy
1.F - Provisions

 2 - Metering
2.A - General Metering Information
2.B - Location of Meters
2.C - Electric Meter Clearance
2.D - Multiple Meters
2.E - C.T. Rated Metering
2.F - Transformer Metering (Westar only)
2.G - Commercial Metering
2.H - Inside Metering requirements (Residential High-rises)
2.I - Storm Meter Socket

 3 - Grounding
3.A - Information
3.B - C.T. Meter Installations

 4 - Residential Services
4.A - Information
4.B - Overhead
4.C - Underground

 5 - Commercial Services
5.A - Information
5.B - Overhead
5.C - Underground

 6 - Underground
6.A - General Conduit Installation
6.B - Additional Information

 7 - Temporary Services
7.A - Overhead
7.B - Underground

 8 - Motor
8.A - Motor Information

 9 - Distributed Energy Resources
9.A - Standby Generation
9.B - Customer Owned Generation

 10 - Drawings
10.1 - Point of Delivery
10.2 - Grounding Diagrams
10.3 - Overhead Service Clearance
10.4 - Service Attachment Points/Mast Assembly
10.5 - Service Mast Guy Support
10.6 - Non-Support Mast Assembly
10.7 - Service Point Attachments
10.8 - Electric Meter clearance
10.9 - List of approved C.T. Cabinets
10.10 - Meter Pole Specifications
10.11 - Meter Pole Details
10.12 - Double Lugged Meter Enclosure Service (Overhead)
10.13 - Double Lugged Meter Enclosure Service (Underground)
10.14 - Metering for Underground Services
10.15 - Meter & Breaker Stand Installation
10.16 - Multiple Meter & Breaker Boxes Installation
10.17 - Trench (Cross Section)
10.18 - Trench Cross Section in Rocky Areas
10.19 - Trench (KCP&L Joint)
10.19 - Trench (Westar Joint)
10.21 - Underground Service Overhead Secondary
10.22 - Pedestal Installation
10.23 - Service to Mobile and Earth Sheltered Homes
10.24 - Continuous Trough for Multiple Meters
10.25 - Clearances to Bodies of Water
10.26 - Clearances from Grain Bins
10.27 - Clearances from Signs
10.28 - Clearances between Conductors Houses and Buildings
10.29 - Service to Multiple Buildings from One Transformer
10.30 - Box Style Single-Phase Transformer Pad
10.31 - Single Phase Padmount Transformer (Up to 167KVA)
10.32 - Single Phase Padmount Transformer (Westar Territory)
10.33 - Three Phase Transformer Pads (Westar Territory 75-500KVA)
10.34 - Three Phase Transformer Pads (Westar Territory 750-1000KVA)
10.35 - Three Phase Transformer Pads (Westar Territory 1500-2500KVA)
10.36 - Three Phase Transformer Pads (KCP&L Territory 75-500KVA)
10.37 - Three Phase Transformer Pads (KCP&L Territory 750-2500KVA)
10.38 - Protective Barriers for Padmounted Equipment
10.39 - Standby Generation