I have an 8'X10' utility building (no inside walls, just studs so wiring will be easy) but I don't know how to find the code requirements that Duke Power will want before they will install my meter and hook up the power. If anyone can point me in the right direction I would appreciate it. I was told by an electrician that I need a minimum of 3 outlets and a light but he also claims that the building has to be anchored like a mobile home. I don't know how well to trust him because he has been know to pad estimates on sidejobs in order to make more money. He provided me with a list of parts and I really don't see where I would need all that. Duke Power called me back after I had called them to find out about connection fees ($15.00 & $175.00 power deposit) and told me I really needed a 200 amp service box due to the fact that the power lines will be buried and I don't know if he is trying to work some kind of angle or not because I was already told that I only needed a 100 amp service unless I just wanted a bigger one. I need to find out the min. requirements needed on my part so they will connect the power without any problems. I am out of the city limits so that should help a lot. I sure could use some info so I can get my part completed since I need power as soon as possible. Thanks in advance for any information.