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IEEE P2939

IEEE Draft Guide for the Joint Use of Electric Power Transmission & Distribution (T&D) Facilities and Equipment

This guide identifies the mechanisms and an analytic approach for developing consistent rules, agreements, and/or methodologies for the evaluation and inter-entity cooperation managing pole attachments on utility infrastructure that can contain both electric supply as well as communications wireline and wireless facilities. The common safety codes and accepted good industry practices for joint use are referenced, including items such as clearances and strength/loading requirements, appropriate work rules during installation, maintenance and restoration, and general guidelines. The considerations within this guide can be used to help perform a detailed assessment of attachment installations where communications antennas and related wireline and wireless equipment are to be co-located on joint use structures.

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PE/T&D - Transmission and Distribution
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IEEE Power and Energy Society
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Sponsor Committee
PE/T&D - Transmission and Distribution
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JU - Joint Use
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Michael Kipness
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Brenda Sears

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