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NEM is a national, non-profit trade association representing wholesale and retail marketers of natural gas, electricity, as well as energy and financial related products, services, information and advanced technologies throughout the United States , Canada and the European Union.  NEM's membership includes independent power producers, advanced metering, demand and load management firms, billing, back office, customer service and related information technology providers.  NEM members are global leaders in the development of enterprise solution software for energy, advanced metering, information services, finance, risk management and the trading of commodities and financial instruments.  NEM members also include inventors, patent holders, systems integrators, and developers of advanced power line surveillance and grid reliability technology with advanced uses in Power Line Communications (PLC) technologies as well as new and innovative electrical encoding, applications or decoding known as Smart Electricity.TM

Activities: This regionally diverse, broad-based coalition of energy and technology firms has come together under NEM's auspices to forge consensus and to help resolve as many issues as possible that would delay competition. NEM members urge lawmakers and regulators to implement:

  • Laws and regulations that open markets for natural gas, electricity and related products, services, information and technology in a competitively neutral fashion;

  • Rates, tariffs, taxes and operating procedures that unbundle competitive services from monopoly services and encourage true competition on the basis of price, quality of service and provision of value-added services;

  • Competitively neutral standards of conduct that protect all market participants;

  • Accounting and disclosure standards to promote the proper valuation of energy assets, equity securities and forward energy contracts, including derivatives; and

  • Policies that encourage investments in new technologies, including the integration of energy, telecommunications and Internet services to lower the cost of energy and related services.

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