Following the electric service checklist below ensures the necessary paperwork reaches us in a timely manner and your project stays on task.
Temporary service will be provided to building under construction until completion by setting meters on a members' own temporary service rig. BRMEMC will also supply service to member's own RV & Trailer pedestals. Permanent service will be extended to buildings that are permanent in nature. Examples of permanent structures include houses, manufactured homes, garages, barns, and businesses.
Have questions about how we conduct business or what rules govern your membership and service? Also view the service practice standards with regards to BRMEMC schedule of rules and regulations. BRMEMC's policy bulletin No. 304 outlines application for membership and electric service, and the remaining BRMEMC By-Laws & Policies.
Service Practice Standards
Schedule of Rules and Regulations
APPLICATION FOR SERVICE - Each prospective Customer desiring electric service shall meet Distributor's requirements for application of service and may be required to sign Distributor's standard form of application for service or contract before service is supplied by Distributor.
Medical Exemption Form
As stated in the Service Practice Standard, a medical necessity form must be completed by a licensed medical doctor or nurse practitioner and is the responsibility of the customer to ensure that the form has been approved by BRMEMC.
Click here to view the Medical Exemption form.