Why should my company or institution join Multiple Intervenors?
What are the quantifiable benefits of membership?
Regarding Power for Jobs, Multiple Intervenors instituted the legal challenge that prompted the New York Power Authority in 2008 to allow customers to switch benefit programs. Multiple Intervenors then advised its members on how to make the switch, which produced hundreds of thousands of dollars in savings for members. Without Multiple Intervenors, the option would not have been available at all, or could have been missed by the customers.
Are there other benefits of membership?
Is there a usage threshold to qualify for membership?
Are there other criteria for membership?
How can I become a member of Multiple Intervenors?
To become a member of Multiple Intervenors, applicants must complete and submit a simple application form. A copy of the application form can be found on this website under “Join Multiple Intervenors.” Upon the application being submitted, it then is reviewed by the Board of Directors, which votes promptly on all new applicants.
What are the dues to be a member of Multiple Intervenors?
There are annual dues that all members of Multiple Intervenors pay. These dues start at $3,465 per year for our smallest members. The dues pay for administration of the organization and fund representation for generic proceedings that have a Statewide impact and affect all Multiple Intervenors members. After annual dues are paid, members can choose whether to support utility-specific and/or generic, policy interventions, which are budgeted separately.