Please refer to JEA Electric Rules and Regulations for motor starting guidelines. Any motor installation that does not meet the guidelines in the JEA Electric Rules and Regulations requires additional analysis by JEA.
Please complete this application form prior to motor installation. Upon receipt of the completed form, JEA will perform the motor analysis within five (5) business days and respond to the contact provided in the application with analysis results. Any information missing from the motor application submittal will delay the analysis.
NEMA is the leading trade association in the U.S. representing the interests of electro-industry manufacturers of products used in the generation, transmission and distribution, control, and end-use of electricity.
NEMA provides a forum for the standardization of electrical equipment, enabling consumers to select from a range of safe, effective, and compatible electrical products. NEMA publishes over 500 standards.
At JEA, we work hard to be easy to do business with. When it comes to electric development, we like to start things off with a short, face-to-face meeting to discuss your project needs and answer all your project questions. The best time to have this meeting is when your development plans are 90 percent complete.
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