Why do I need to sign the “Application for Membership” Form
Elmhurst Mutual Power and Light (EMP&L) has been owned by our members since 1922. The requirement to have an approved Application for Membership Form directly helps EMP&L provide the lowest cost of energy to our customers and owners.
Any electric service provided by EMP&L must have an Account and the Owner of the Account must be the property owner. The Application for Membership Form, once approved by EMP&L, acknowledges that the Owner of the Account agrees to abide by the Rules of EMP&L (see below, section II B from the Service Rules). If the Owner does not sign the Application for Membership Form, then EMP&L will terminate delivery of energy (see below, section X D of the Service Rules).
Again, the approved Membership form provides EMP&L staff the confirmation that the Member will abide by the rules of EMP&L and confirms who is responsible for that Service and Account, thus lowering the cost of administration for all of our members.
Thank you for your understanding…it keeps our costs low and service levels high!
Service Rules & Policies
“II B. Service Contract
Each applicant for service will be required to sign an application for membership and agree to abide by the Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, and Service Rules and Policies as well as directives of the Mutual, issued from time to time in the orderly management of the Company.”
“X D. Disconnecting of Services
In the event that any member or consumer shall be in violation of any of the provisions of these Service Rules and Policies including, but not limited to, non-payment of charges for energy supplied or other services rendered, the Mutual reserves the right to terminate delivery of energy. Prior to resumption of supply of energy, the violation must be corrected and payment of all sums owing the Mutual must be made together with such charges as the Mutual may have in effect representing at least a portion of the expenses incurred in the disconnection and re-energizing of the service to such member or consumer.”