230.24(A) would apply if the service drop was not owned by, and under the control of the utility.
If the 'service point' was determined to be at the pole and the EC installed from that point than the NEC would pick it up at that point.
Like I mentioned before if you go to article 100 you find that all references to 'service conductors' are on the customer side of the utility service point.
If the NEC applied to the power company service drop there would be other violations as well.
The service conductors are to small (per NEC)
The service conductors are not listed in 310.13
The service conductors are not marked as required.
We can't pick and choose which sections of the NEC apply to utility conductors....none of them apply.
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