Wyoming

Wyoming does not have specialized licensing for photovoltaic and solar thermal systems.

Licensing (PV)
Installers of these systems must be a Wyoming licensed electrical master, journeyman, or apprentice employed by a licensed Wyoming electrical contractor. The state electrical inspector enforces electrical rules and regulations. Permits are required.

Code
2008 National Electrical Code. Local jurisdictions may adopt more stringent requirements.

Reciprocity
Arkansas, Alaska, Colorado,  Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Utah,  and Washington (journeyman electrician only).

To receive a Wyoming reciprocal journeyman license, the original license must have been obtained by examination and held for one year. A signed and notarized application form, along with a letter of verification of license from the state in which the license is held, a copy of the license, and a check made out to the State of Wyoming for $100 is required to process the application.

If you have had a master license from South Dakota or Utah for at least a year and pass an examination with a score of 75% or better, Wyoming may recognize your license.

To receive a Wyoming reciprocal master license, the original license must have been obtained by examination and held for one year. A signed and notarized application form, along with a letter of verification of license from the state in which the license is held, a copy of the license, and a check made out to the State of Wyoming for $200 is required to process the application.

Resources: Wyoming Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety

 

 

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