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NEM Responds to COVID19 Pandemic: Competitive Retail Energy Industry Supports Measures to Enhance Reliability Embracing Practices to Keep Communities Safe
NEM Meets Wtih White House National Economic Council: Discussions Highlight Retail Energy Competition as Means to Support Energy Infrastructure Investment and Security
NEM Convenes 21st National Annual Conference: Energy Choice 2.0: A New Era in Consumer Choice, Innovation and Opportunities
NEM Expansion to New West Coast Office: NEM Positioned to Lead Western Retail Energy Choice Initiatives
NEM 20th Annual National Energy Restructuring Conference: Program Highlights the Growth and Transformation of the Competitive Energy Industry
NEM 2016 Fall Policy Leadership Roundtable: Roundtable Recognizes Texas Electric Market Achievements
Retail Energy Industry Earns Victory from New York Court: NYPSC Market Reset Order Deemed Irrational and Capricious
CT Consumers Should Shop and Save on Energy Bills: CT Consumers Could Have Saved $166 Million in First 6 months of 2016 by Switching Away from Electric Monopolies
NEM New England Energy Policy Summit: NEM Convenes Successful New England Energy Policy Summit: Convergence of Energy, Telecom and Digital Technologies Leads to Ground-Breaking Innovation
NEM to Convene Inaugural Mid-Atlantic Energy Policy Summit: PJM-State Regulators and Market Participants to Focus on Advancements in Market Designs, Infrastructure, Technology and Consumer Protections
Energy Marketplace of the Future: NEM will convene its 17th Annual National Energy Restructuring Conference on The Energy Marketplace of the Future - Blueprint for Creating a Smarter Grid, Protecting and Empowering Consumers and Launching Market Innovations.
Value and Savings in Retail Energy Markets: Value and savings despite the pricing crisis.
Winter of 2014: Impact on Energy Marketplace: The National Energy Marketing Association (NEM) has created this media background brief to provide a simple, straightforward explanation of what happened during the last three months, and what consumers need to know.
The New 21st Century Social Compact: The Public Service Paradigm of the 21st Century must necessarily convert the 20th Century Obligation to Serve into an exciting and socially responsible Opportunity to Serve the Public Interest for the 21st Century.
Shoppers Must Receive Highest Level of Ethical Service: Joint Statement of The Pennsylvania PUC and National Energy Marketers Association (NEM) ensuring that consumers must receive the highest level of ethical service in the new PA retail energy and technology Market
Penn Unlocking Consumers from Monopoly Power: Penn's retail energy market exceeds two million consumers.
NEM Adopts National Marketing Standards of Conduct: NEM Adopts National Marketing Standards of Conduct Energy Marketers Compete for the Opportunity to Serve Consumers. The National Energy Marketers Association (NEM) is pleased to announce that it adopted National Marketing Standards of Conduct at its
Historic levels of energy consumer shopping: Highlight of NEM 15th anniversary
Retail Trends Survey 2012 : National Energy Marketers Association Launches 2012 Retail Energy Trends Survey
NEM Adopts Code of Conduct for Network Marketing Members: The National Energy Marketers Association (NEM) is pleased to announce a new Code of Conduct for its members that use network marketing also known as relationship marketing as a means of acquiring new customers. Craig Goodman, President of NEM, reported
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