(220 ILCS 5/8-205) (from Ch. 111 2/3, par. 8-205)
    Sec. 8-205. (a) Termination of gas and electric utility service to all residential users, including all tenants of mastermetered apartment buildings, for nonpayment of bills, where gas or electricity is used as the only source of space heating or to control or operate the only space heating equipment at the residence is prohibited,
        (1) on any day when the National Weather Service
    
forecast for the following 24 hours covering the area of the utility in which the residence is located includes a forecast that the temperature will be 32 degrees Fahrenheit or below; or
        (2) on any day preceding a holiday or a weekend when
    
such a forecast indicated that the temperature will be 32 degrees Fahrenheit or below during the holiday or weekend.
    (b) If gas or electricity is used as the only source of space cooling or to control or operate the only space cooling equipment at a residence, then a utility with over 100,000 residential customers may not terminate gas or electric utility service to the residential user, including all tenants of mastermetered apartment buildings:
        (1) on any day when the National Weather Service
    
forecast for the following 24 hours covering the area of the utility in which the residence is located includes a forecast that the temperature will be 95 degrees Fahrenheit or above; or
        (2) on any day preceding a holiday or weekend when a
    
forecast indicates that the temperature will be 95 degrees Fahrenheit or above during the holiday or weekend.
(Source: P.A. 95-772, eff. 8-1-08.)