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March 12, 2021
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In the United States, electrician contractor licensing requirements differ by state. Some states license electricians to register at the state level, while others require electricians to apply locally (city/county). The application process can then range from simple to complex and involve anything from exams, submitting W-2s, business registration, or obtaining additional licenses.

Why do I need an electrical contractor license?

You need an electrical contractor license to run your own business. This license protects the public by ensuring contractors are qualified and grants contractors the ability to hire other licensed electricians, bid on jobs, and apply for permits.

How do I apply for an electrical contractor license?

Every state is different, but you generally need to:

  1. Decide which license you need. For example, Georgia has three types of licenses: low voltage, single-phase systems under 200 amperes, and all electrical systems.
  2. Check that you meet any prerequisites, like age and experience.
  3. Gather any necessary documents or paperwork, like your state-issued ID or W-2s.
  4. Take any necessary exams and get approval to take these exams by your state board and pay exam fees when necessary.
  5. Check if there are any business requirements, like forming a business entity.
  6. Fill out an application and pay any required fees.
  7. Check requirements for renewal in case your renewal requires taking continued education before it can be re-issued.

How much does an electrical contractor license cost?

Electrical contractor license fees generally cost between $75 and $200. The application fee varies by state, requiring some contractors to show proof of insurance or take exams. Some states also require electricians to obtain a generic contractor or business license.

Electrical license renewals

You generally have a period of 1-3 years before electrical license renewals. A state licensing body at the local level would send you a postal or email reminder around eight weeks before time. 

If you don’t renew your electrical license, work permits will not be issued, and the cost may increase or require additional work to renew. 

Some electricians must have complete continued education to qualify for renewals. For example, the Alabama Board of Electrical Contractors on renewal of an Alabama electrical license requirement consists of you completing 14-hour continuing education classes every two years, and seven must be on NEC/NFPA courses.

Electrical contractor license changes

The requirements to make changes to your license, like changing a phone number or address, vary from state to state. Most changes are free and can be done online. However, some states charge between $5 to $12 or ask you to renew your license altogether. Changes may consist of the following:

  • Change your name
  • Change mailing address
  • Change physical address
  • Change telephone number
  • Change email address

Electrician licensing requirements by state

Below you’ll find more information on electrical contractor licensing in your state, including:

  • State certification authority:  The state website containing everything you need to know about obtaining an electrician contractor license with all available information 
  • License cost: The cost to obtain an electrical contractor license for the first time
  • Requirements: Any requirements of the license, including exams and continuing education courses
  • Application: A link to the state certification form
  • Renewal: How often you need to renew your electrical contractor license
  • Renewal cost: How much it costs to renew your electrical contractor license
  • Changes: Where to make changes to your license, such as your name and address, and the price
  • Replacement: How to replace your license and how much it would cost if your license were lost or stolen\

Alabama

Alabama

State Certification Authority: Alabama Electrical Contractors Board

License Cost:  $150.

Requirements: Completion of required Journeyman exam ($115) and hours as well as a contractor’s license exam ($165). For more info, check here.

Application: Contractor’s exam

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: Journeyman: $35. Electrical Contractor: $150.

Changes: You may change your company affiliation, address, or information here. Address changes are free.

Replacement: Replacements cost $25.

Alaska

State Certification Authority: Alaska Department of Labor and Workplace Development

License cost: The fee and specific license you need depend on the types of electrical work you’ll be doing.

Requirements: Pass an exam through the Alaska Craftsman Home Program (ACHP) and PSI AK Residential Contractor Endorsement Exam

Application: Electrical Administrators License Application

Renewal: Every 2 years. You can renew online here.

Renewal Cost: $50 - $200

Changes: To change your name, you’ll need to submit a notarized form for $5. Address changes are free.

Replacement: Submit a notarized form for $5. 

Arizona

State Certification Authority: Arizona Registrar of Contractors

License Cost: The fee and specific license you need depend on the types of electrical work you’ll be doing. 

Requirements:  Four years of on-the-job experience and a two-part written exam ($66) administered by PSI Services, with additional fees depending on the specific license. You can find more exam information here. Note: Only some municipalities will issue electrical contractor licenses to journeyman electricians.

Application: PSI Exams Online

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: Corresponds to the specific license. $480 C-11, $540 R-11, $659 CR-11

Changes: To update address, phone number, or email, you can go here. Or for a change of name request here.

Replacement: You can obtain replacements through the Arizona department of revenue for $12 plus any applicable city fees.

Arkansas

State Certification Authority: Arkansas State Board of Electrical Examiners

License Cost: $100 

Requirements:  Five years of experience, have a master electrician’s license, and pass the Arkansas Business and Law Exam.

Application: Electrical Application

Renewal: One, two, or three-year cycle

Renewal Cost: $100

Changes: Change of address can be submitted here free of charge.

Replacement: N/A

California

State Certification Authority: Electrical Contractors’ State Licensing Board

License Cost: Application fee - $330, Initial activation fee - $150

Requirements:  Need to pass a law/business test and an electrical contractor test. Applying for certification costs $75, and examination fees are $100. 

Application: Department of consumer affairs contractors state licensing application

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: $300

Changes: Apply to change business name or address here for $12.

Replacement: Replacement costs are also $12 and can be requested here.

Colorado

State Certification Authority: Colorado State Electrical Board

License Cost: $210

Requirements: When applying, you must submit an affidavit of work history. Applications are taken online through the Department of Regulatory Agencies. After which, you may apply for the exam, which costs $75. Exam information can be found here.

Application: PSI Online Exams Portal

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: N/A

Changes: You can update and change your license name and address information here

Replacement: N/A

Connecticut

State Certification Authority: Electrical Board of Occupational Licensing

License Cost: $150

Requirements:  Submit an Occupational Trade License Application to PSI Services, along with the required documents and application fee of $75. Must take an exam based on chosen classification. Examinations are administered by PSI Services LLC.

Application: Electrical Contractor - Candidate Information Bulletin & Application

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: $150

Changes: Name and address changes can be made online here.

Replacement: N/A

Delaware

State Certification Authority:  Division of Professional Regulation, Board of Electrical Examiners

License Cost: $187

Requirements:  Prometric administers Delaware electrician exams. Each exam costs $100.
Application:
Information, registration, dates, and application.

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: Renewal fees change depending on the date you received your license.

Changes: Change the name or address on your license here.

Replacement: N/A

Florida

State Certification Authority:  State Board of Electrical Examiners and/or local jurisdictions

License Cost: Certified License- $300, Registered License- $155

Requirements:  Contractors must complete the initial application for a Certified or Registered license and submit it to the Board along with all the required documents and fees ($327.50). There is also an additional fee of $67.50 paid to the testing vendor.

Application: Department of Business and Professional Regulation- Application Center

Renewal: Every year

Renewal Cost: $300 for Certified Licenses, $125 for Registered Licenses

Changes: You can change the name on your license or the address by creating an account on My Florida License.

Replacement: You can also replace your license via My Florida License.

Georgia

State Certification Authority: Georgia Board of Electrical Contractors

License Cost: $30.00

Requirements: There are two electrical contractor’s license exams: class I (single-phase systems) and class II (all types of electrical systems), which cost $133. Exam information can be found here.

Application: Electrical Examination Application

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: $75

Changes: To change your license name, you must file a License Reissuance/Name Change Application and renew your license. Address changes are free here

Replacement: Replacements cost $15 and can be requested here.

Hawaii

State Certification Authority: Hawaii Board of Electricians and Plumbers

License Cost: Dependant on time of the year: $102, $204, or $306

Requirements:  Must meet the Board’s requirements for experience and education, and pass a qualifying exam as well as obtain a contractor’s license if they plan to contract projects of $1,000 or more. Exam info is found here.

Application: Application and exam license for Electricians and Plumbers

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: $306

Changes: Change of name and or address can be done via an MYPVL account. Or you can fill out the form here with a $10 fee.

Replacement: Print your license pocket ID and wall certificate online here with a $10 fee.

Idaho

State Certification Authority:  Division of Building Safety (DBS)

License Cost: $65, $125

Requirements:  Must take a qualifying exam ($75). For exam information, check here.

Application: Idaho Division of Building Safety- Electrical Forms & Applications

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: Master Electrician License - $65. Electrical Contractor License - $100

Changes: To change your company’s name on file, you can fill out this application ($15). Or, to change an address, use this application for no fee.

Replacement: N/A

Illinois

State Certification Authority: No state licensing

License Cost: Changes by city. Ranges from $25 to $200

Requirements:  Examinations are administered by local municipalities in Illinois. Cost around $100 per exam. For more exam information, check here.

Application: Illinois Electrician Exam hub
Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: Approximately $60

Changes: If you change your name or address or misplace your license card, contact your local electrical licensing board

Replacement: N/A

Indiana

State Certification Authority: No state licensing

License Cost: Differs by municipality.

Requirements:  Differs by municipality

Application: Differs by municipality

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: $247

Changes: Must contact the local municipality

Replacement: N/A

Iowa

State Certification Authority: Department of Public Safety, Electrical Licensing, and Inspection

License Cost: Changes depending on year and month, ranging from $41.64 to $375

Requirements:  Must take Exam issued by PSI ($95)

Application: Application for Electricians License

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: Approximately $375, subject to change by month and year of expiration.

Changes: You can fill out a change of address submission form here or alter any information on your master records.

Replacement: N/A

Kansas

State Certification Authority: Kansas electrical licenses are issued from county to county. 

License Cost: $100

Requirements:  Each county has different application requirements and procedures. Generally, applicants must pass a county-regulated exam to get licensed.

Application: Search via Prometric for individual county exam information

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: $100

Changes: If you changed your name or address or misplaced your card, contact your local Kansas licensing board.

Replacement: N/A

Kentucky

State Certification Authority: Kentucky Electrical Licensing

License Cost: Licensing Fee range for contractors, depending on their classification and the month they are applying. Approximately $50-$383.

Requirements:  Must provide proof of experience (tax returns, official tax documents, employer affidavit). And to pass an exam administered by the International Code Council (ICC) ($100). For more exam information, check here.

Application: International Code Council

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: Electrical Contractor- $200, Master Electrician- $100, Electrician- $50

Changes: You can access the Change of Address form here by selecting candidate services and changing candidate information. 

Replacement: Replacement wallet cards cost $30 and can be requested here.

Louisiana

State Certification Authority: Louisiana State Licensing Board for Contractors

License Cost: $100

Requirements:  Licensing requirements vary based on the city and parish

Application: General Licensing and Application Questions

Renewal: Licenses are valid for 1 year.  After which, contractors have the option of renewing for a 1, 2, or 3-year period

Renewal Cost: Dependant on how many years, minimum $100

Changes: You can go here to change your business name information or address or to request a duplicate license card.

Replacement: N/A

Maine

State Certification Authority: Maine Electricians Examining Board

License Cost: $150-$300

Requirements:  Submit an application to the EEB ($25) proving you have the experience and schooling required for your chosen license. At which point, you may apply for the exam ($85).

Application: Electrician’s Examination Board Information, Contact, and Resources

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: Between $150-$300

Changes: Update contact information here, like the name on your license or your address.

Replacement: Request that a copy of your license is emailed to you here.

Maryland

State Certification Authority: Licenses are issued at the county level

License Cost: $20

Requirements:  Submit a pre-approval application, then take an exam issued by PSI ($65)

Application: Maryland State Board of Examination Application

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: $25

Changes: To change the name and or address information, you may contact the Department of Labor at no fee

Replacement: N/A

Massachusetts

State Certification Authority: State Examiners of Electricians

License Cost: $276

Requirements:  Submit an Application for Examination and work experience/education forms to PSI Services, then take the 2-part exam

Application: Application for Examination and the PSI Candidate Information Bulletin

Renewal: Good for three years

Renewal Cost: $117

Changes: You can change the name on your license or address here with no fee.

Replacement: Obtaining a duplicate license costs $17 and can be done via this form.

Michigan

State Certification Authority: Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

License Cost: $50

Requirements:  Complete an application and meet the Bureau’s requirements work experience. Then pass a qualifying exam via PSI ($100).

Application: Application for Journeyman, Master Electrician, Fire Alarm Specialty Technician or Sign Specialist Examination and Licensure 

Renewal: Every Three Years

Renewal Cost: $50

Changes: To change information on your licenses like name and address, you must submit an “Amendment” using your Accela account. Check here for a step-by-step guide on this process.

Replacement: Duplicate licenses may cost $10. You can learn more at The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs

Minnesota

State Certification Authority: Minnesota Board of Electricity

License Cost: $168

Requirements:  Must complete examination application detailing work experience and then complete an electrician exam ($50)

Application: Electrical License Examination Guide and Application

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: $73

Changes: For information on how to change the name on your license or your business address on file, please check here

Replacement: If you need a replacement license, you need to show proof of identity to the state to get a new copy

Mississippi

State Certification Authority: Licensed at the local level, not by State

License Cost: $50-$400

Requirements:  Submit qualifying application, followed by a two-part state electrical contractor exam ($240)

Application: MS State Board of Contractors Residential Application form

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: $100-$400

Changes: Apply for a duplicate license from the Mississippi State Board of Contractors to change your address OR name ($50 fee)

Replacement: N/A

Missouri

State Certification Authority: Licensed at the local level, not by state

License Cost: $200

Requirements:  Varies by city/county, but there is a statewide electrical contractors license you can take an exam to work anywhere in the state.

Application: Office of State-Wide Application Forms

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: Approximately $200, varies by local government.

Changes: You can check here for a change of address application OR here to change name information.

Replacement: There is a duplicate license fee of $10

Montana

State Certification Authority:  Montana State Electrical Board

License Cost: $240 /$300

Requirements:  You must pass an examination ($80/$200) which needs to be approved by the State Electrical Board. And have proof of qualifying experience and hours.

Application: Licence Application Forms

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: $135 / $275

Changes: To make changes to your license, you will need to contact the Montana Department of Labor and Industry

Replacement: N/A

Nebraska

State Certification Authority:  State of Nebraska, State Electrical Division

License Cost: $125 / $250 (Even vs Odd Year)

Requirements:  Proof of required experience and an examination via the NEL ($125)

Application: Electrician Licensing Application

Reciprocity Application: Licensing Applications

Renewal: Every other year (even-numbered)

Renewal Cost: $250

Changes: You can fill out a credential change form here to have information on your license edited.
Replacement: There is a $10 fee to reissue your license with or without changes

Nevada

State Certification Authority: Nevada State Contractors Board

License Cost: $600

Requirements:  Must submit an application form ($300) with experience, references, background disclosure, a financial statement, and verification from your bank. Then, you must pass a two-part exam issued by PSI ($140).

Application: Contractors License Applications 

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: $600

Changes: To change your business name, you must fill out an application form with a $250 fee. Or you can also change your address by filling out this form sans fee.

Replacement: N/A

New Hampshire

State Certification Authority:  New Hampshire Electricians Examining Board

License Cost: $270

Requirements:  Must meet the EEB requirements for work experience, education, and training, then pass an examination ($50)
Note: Application fees determined by birth month and range from $90-$180

Application:  Electrician’s Board Licensing Application

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: $270

Changes: N/A

Replacement: Replacements cost $10, and you can fill out the application here

New Jersey

State Certification Authority: New Jersey Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors

License Cost: $100

Requirements: Provide proof of necessary experience. Apply for a business permit application here ($25- $75). Submit a pressure seal application ($25). Submit a copy of your trade name certificate from the County Court House in the county where you operate. Also, post a surety bond in the proper business or firm name. And then apply for a technical exam ($75).

Application: Application for Examination and Forms

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: $100

Changes: Address changes can be made by making a MyLicenseOnline account.

Replacement: N/A

New Mexico

State Certification Authority: New Mexico Electrical Bureau

License Cost: $150

Requirements: Submit a Work Experience Verification form, take a Business & Law exam, a Technical Trade exam, and submit a license application. Exams cost between $100-$150 and are administered by PSI.

Application: PSI Contractor Application Information

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: $75-$200

Changes: To change an address on a permit, you must submit a request in writing to the Santa Fe office of regulation and licensing.

Replacement: Check here for information on how to request a duplicate license.

New York

State Certification Authority: New York City requires licensing through the Department of Buildings

License Cost: Dependant on city

Requirements:  Qualifying experience and pass two examinations ($525 / $350). And must also pass a background investigation ($500)

Application: Dependant on city

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: $60

Changes: Dependant on city

Replacement: N/A

North Carolina

State Certification Authority: State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors

License Cost: $75-$165

Requirements: Submit an application, complete an examination ($90) administered by PSI. Must meet the minimum bonding requirement and show required work experience

Application:  New License Application

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: $75-$165

Changes: To change your contact information on your license, you can fill out this form (address changes, phone number, etc.)

Replacement: Replacements cost $15. You can fill out the form here.

North Dakota

State Certification Authority: North Dakota State Electrical Board

License Cost: $50

Requirements:  Must fulfill experience requirements and pass a qualifying exam.

Application: Application for Electricians License

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: $40

Changes: Change personal information related to your license through the state Electrical Board here.

Replacement: N/A

Ohio

State Certification Authority: State of Ohio Department of Commerce

License Cost: $25

Requirements:  Submit application ($25), pass a two-part exam from PROV inc ($75)

Application: License Qualification Process and Application

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: $60

Changes: Change the name or address on your license here with a $25 fee.

Replacement: N/A

Oklahoma

State Certification Authority: Oklahoma Construction Industries Board

License Cost: $330

Requirements: Verify work experience, submit the application to the Board, and take an exam issued by PSI.

Application: Construction Industry Board Electrician Application Information

Renewal: Every 36 Months

Renewal Cost: $200

Changes: Notice to the CIB is required. You can contact them here.

Replacement: N/A 

Oregon

State Certification Authority:  Construction Contractors Board

License Cost: $375

Requirements:  Meet the Division’s requirement for work experience, complete and submit an application to the BCD, then pass a qualifying exam

Application: Contractor Business License Application

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: $100

Changes: You can change the name or address on your license here.

Replacement: N/A

Pennsylvania

State Certification Authority:  No statewide licensing, Changes by municipality

License Cost: Varies by city ($50-$150)

Requirements: Varies by location

Application: Varies by location

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: Varies by location

Changes: Must contact the local municipality.

Replacement: N/A

Rhode Island

State Certification Authority:  Rhode Island Department of Labor and Training

License Cost: $240

Requirements:  Submit an application to the Department, pass the qualifying exam ($75) related to National Electric Code, and attend 15 mandatory hours of continuing education courses every 2 years upon renewal

Application: Electrician Application

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: $240

Changes: You can change the address on your license here, free of charge.

Replacement: You can order a certificate of existence from the Department of State for $22 here

South Carolina

State Certification Authority: South Carolina Contractor’s Licensing Board

License Cost: $80-$160

Requirements:  Complete required years of experience, fill out this application form ($25) and send it to the Municipal Association of South Carolina with your work experience, and take the applicable exam ($100)

Application: Contractor’s Licensing Board Forms and Applications

Renewal: Every two years

Renewal Cost: $135- $160

Changes: You can change the name and address on your license via the Online Service Portal on the Licensing and Regulation website

Replacement: You can print off a copy of your license via the Online Service Portal as well

South Dakota

State Certification Authority: South Dakota State Electrical Commission

License Cost: $100

Requirements: Fulfill the Commission’s requirements for work experience, post a bond with the Commission, and pass a qualifying exam ($150)

Application: Electrical Commission Application Form

Renewal: Every other year (even-numbered)

Renewal Cost: $100

Changes: To change the name or address on your license, you must contact the South Dakota State Electrical Commission

Replacement: N/A

Tennessee

State Certification Authority: Tennessee Board for Licensing Contractors

License Cost: $250

Requirements: All contractors must submit an application,  pass the TN Business & Law exam and Electrical Trade Exam administered by PSI Services LLC ($57). submit a work reference letter about their experience, provide proof of general liability and workers compensation insurance, and must register with the Tennessee Secretary of State. For projects $25,000+, you need a state contractor’s license with an electrical (CE) classification.

Application: Candidate Information Bulletin 

Renewal Cost: $50

Changes: For contact change information, please check here

Replacement: You can request a Certificate of Existence from Business Services Online for a $20 fee

Texas

State Certification Authority: Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations

License Cost: $45-$110

Requirements:  Submit a work verification form and an application to the TDLR and pass a qualifying examination  ($60-$78) by PSI Services

Application: Master Electrician License and Application Information

Renewal: Every year

Renewal Cost: $20-$75

Changes: To change contact information (name, address, phone number, etc.), you can fill out this form. Duplicate forms cost $25

Replacement: Replacements cost $25, and you can fill out applications here

Utah

State Certification Authority:  Utah Department of Commerce

License Cost: $50

Requirements:  Submit a Verification of Eligibility form to prove you meet the experience/training requirements, take the 3 part PSI issued exam (Code Exam- $72, Theory Exam- $86, Practical Exam- $72), and must pay a licensing fee and submit an application ($110) to DOPL

Application: Master Electrician License Application

Renewal: Every other year (even numbers)

Renewal Cost: $63

Changes: You can change the name on your license or your address by contacting The Department of Commerce Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing or by logging into your eGov account

Replacement: Reprints of licenses cost $10. For more information, check here.

Vermont

State Certification Authority: Vermont State Electrical Licensing Board

License Cost: $150

Requirements:  Complete required experience and hours, submit an application, and pass the exam issued by the International Code Council

Application: Utah Department of Commerce Licensing

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: $63-$150

Changes: You can change your address by filling out an address correction request here, which costs $20

Replacement: Replacements also cost $20 and can be requested at the same link here

Virginia

State Certification Authority: Virginia Board for Contractors

License Cost: $90

Requirements: Must submit the application to the board along with documents and fees ($130), pass a PSI issued examination ($125), and complete Board-approved continuing education courses

Application: Individual License and Certification Information

Renewal: Every year

Renewal Cost: $75-$200

Changes: You can change the name and address your license is issued under here.

Replacement: You can also request a duplicate license certificate here 

Washington

State Certification Authority: Washington Department of Labor and Industries

License Cost: $90

Requirements:  Must meet work and education requirements by submitting an application to L&I ($306.10), submit documented proof of the proper insurance and bonding. And take a qualifying exam ($45-$105, based on hours it takes to complete) issued by PSI.

Application: Apply for Electrician Certification Online

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: $84-$230

Changes: You can request a change of address for your license here.

Replacement: N/A

West Virginia

State Certification Authority:  West Virginia State Fire Marshal

License Cost: $50

Requirements:  Fulfill the required amount of work and schooling. Submit an exam application to the Office of the Fire Marshal, pass the exam ($25) based on chosen license classification, and submit a license application along with the appropriate license fee to the Office of the Fire Marshal

Application: 2021 Application for WV State Electrical Examination

Renewal: Yearly

Renewal Cost: $50

Changes: Must be submitted through the WV Fire Marshal Commission

Replacement: N/A

Wisconsin

State Certification Authority: Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services

License Cost: $200

Requirements:  Complete required work experience and education, submit an application ($35) to the Department, pass a trades credentialing examination ($30).

Application: Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services - Master Electrician Application

Renewal: Every four years

Renewal Cost: $200

Changes: You can change account contact information via the Department of Safety and Professional Services Online Portal

Replacement: Requires paying a $10 fee

Wyoming

State Certification Authority:  Wyoming Department of Fire Prevention and Electrical Safety

License Cost: $400

Requirements:  Complete required education and experience, submit work verification form along with the application, then pass qualifying exam ($100)

Application: Master Electrician Exam Application

Renewal: Every three years

Renewal Cost: $50-$400

Changes: You can change your license contact information (address, phone number, etc.) via the Online License Renewal Portal

Replacement: N/A

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