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New Service


In order for installation of all new residential, commercial and industrial service or construction where lines need to be extended to a facility and/or a new meter needs to be installed, a request for service must be completed. Please contact our Energy Services Department at (307) 245-3261 for assistance or you may complete the on-line application.
(Please allow 3 days after you have requested the service)

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Transfer


In order to transfer residential, commercial and industrial service or construction where lines need to be extended to a facility and/or a new meter needs to be installed, a request for service must be completed. Please contact our Energy Services Department at (307) 245-3261 for assistance or you may complete the on-line form 

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Disconnect


In order to disconnect residential, commercial and industrial service, a request for service must be completed. Please contact our Energy Services Department at (307) 245-3261 for assistance or you may complete the on-line form. 

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Safety

Building a deck? Planting a tree? Installing a mailbox? 811 is the new number you should call before you begin any digging project.

A new, federally-mandated national "Call Before You Dig" number, 811 was created to help protect you from unintentionally hitting underground utility lines while working on digging projects. People digging often make risky assumptions about whether or not they should get their utility lines marked due to concerns about project delays, costs and previous calls about other projects. These assumptions can be life-threatening.

High West Energy’s distribution system

is designed, constructed, and maintained in accordance with accepted engineering standards. In an effort to provide reliable service to our members the distribution system is designed to meet power requirement needs under normal operating conditions as well as certain contingency situations. High West Energy carries on an effective preventive maintenance program and is capable of emergency repair work on a scale which its storm and traffic damage record indicates as appropriate to its scope of operations and to the physical condition of its electric facilities.

  1. System planning is the careful analysis and evaluation of an electric power system
  2. 4-year Construction Work Plan (CWP) forms the basis for system asset improvements and replacements
  3. System improvements involve increasing our capacity of services and transformers
  4. System data and reports, such as substation maintenance records, voltage reports and our outage logs, will be analyzed in order to determine our construction priorities
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Headquarters Pine Bluffs - 6270 County Road 212 • PO Box 519 - Pine Bluffs, WY 82082