LCEC has DECREASED the Power Cost Adjustment for a second time beginning August 1, 2023, based on forecasted fuel costs and cost recovery.
LCEC is a proud member of Touchstone Energy Cooperative.
Customers are encouraged to use our online forms to obtain essential information and submit applications for new construction.
To upload documents and/or pictures, please use our Customer Secure Document Submission Form
Learn about fees and charges associated with new service installations by clicking here.
For basic information and frequently asked questions about extensions or
upgrades of LCEC electrical facilities, click here.
Due to global supply chain issues and Hurricane Ian, new service requests may be delayed. Disruptions in raw materials and equipment supplies are currently impacting the ability to provide some services. As a result of Hurricane Ian, a backlog for new service connections may cause longer than usual scheduling delays.
Impacted customers will be notified if their service request will be delayed.
Suppliers are unable to provide exact delivery dates for inventory and LCEC will not have the ability to predict when inventory levels will reach normal levels. Supply chain challenges are expected to extend through 2023. New construction delays of 4 to 6 weeks are expected to last through early 2023.
Please understand, LCEC is working to provide service in the most efficient manner possible and will construct facilities in the order requests are received, as equipment becomes available. Thank you in advance for your patience.
Please complete the online All Services application for any of the below services:
LCEC strives to meet established Service Standards for the most commonly requested services.
To request a meter location, please complete and fax the Meter Location Request to the LCEC Engineering Department at 239-656-2239.
A county-approved electrical inspection must be completed and LCEC must be notified before electric service can be turned on for:
The electrician or builder is responsible for arranging for the electrical inspection and verifying that LCEC has been notified when it is complete.
This Handbook covers LCEC’s requirements for residential, commercial, and industrial self-contained and instrument transformer-rated metered services.
Click here to view the ESMR.
Rules for electrical safety when in close proximity to power lines:
Maintaining a safe distance from power lines is everyone’s responsibility. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations require that you maintain at least 10 feet from any power lines energized at 50,000 volts and below. Additional clearance is required for any power lines that are over 50,000 volts. OSHA also requires that all electrical lines be considered energized unless otherwise proven by the owner or electrical company.
Planning ahead is the key to a safe work environment. Prior to starting a job, determine if you will be within the 10-foot safety area. If you will be working in close proximity to our electrical lines and want to discuss options, as early as possible, notify the Business Accounts Team at: (239) 656-2300. We will then generate a work request and have a representative contact you to discuss options and to provide an estimate.
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For additional information or assistance contact LCEC’s Risk Management Team at 800-282-1643 extension 384.
Builder accounts are assessed a deposit of $100 per property. Find out more information about deposits.
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