What a funny setup!
This demonstrates a new way to cheat the PoCo for free KWHs!!!
Funny how the Line and Load conductors are both landed on the Load side lugs. That makes it a 100% For-Sure situation that the meter will not see any Power to measure!!!
POCO crew thought something was amiss here.
How long did they laugh about this before mentioning the "Slim Possibility Of An Incorrect Situation"
Check over this list to see how many >DOHHHs< I can find:
[*]Pre-mentioned KWH meter bypassing,
[*]Service lateral through main disconnect via Load side, then to meter via Line side - is that proper?,
[*]Whaddaheck is going on with the other set of conductors running back from the meter section - TBE - How does the Grounded Conductor find it's way from the middle guy to the panel on the left?,
[*]Is that Screw properly AIC rated for a direct L-G fault??? Too bad it's not hitting one of the Service Feeders ahead of the main! - or is it???,
[*]Noodle is connected to GEC in the middle panel, and just for fun, also connected to GEC in the left side panel,
[*]To avoid large L-G fault currents, the enclosures are Isolated from the GES / Grounded Conductor! AKA I see no main bonding jumper(s) or any bonding what so ever!!!,
[*]Nice use of # 12 wire on a 100 amp OCPD!!! This is known as a "Wire Fuse"!!! ... joke..,
[*]What's up with that other Black # 12? The one which looks like it's tapped from the lug on the upper right, then runs down to the offset nipple with the White and Bare???