Hi, we're installing a new electric service and I have a grounding question. The meter will be installed permanently on a 6x6 pedestal. The utility requires two grounding rods at the meter pedestal and another two grounding rods at the house. We're temporarily installing a load center on the pedestal, but later it will be removed when we add a 300 ft underground service to our build location. Based on the utility's requirements, I assume we need to bring the ground wire into the meter panel. I've seen some videos of people that ground the load center instead, but since our load center is temporary I would rather ground the meter as it will be in the final installation. I'm unsure of how to ground the meter. Would I just install a grounding bar in the meter? Secondly, would I need to run a ground from the meter to the load center, or is that not required since the neutrals are bonded to the enclosures? Below are my utility's grounding requirements. I want to avoid having to run a 4 wire cable 300 ft later on if possible.