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NEM Expresses Concern About Ontario Price Cap: NEM wrote Premier Eves to reconsider the 4-year price cap in Ontario effectively eliminating competition, undermining DSM and investment in new capacity.
Competitively Neutral Wholesale Markets are Critical: to the Industry. NEM supports FERC Proposals which would establish competively neutral and standardized platforms for the exchange of electricity and transmission services.
Financial Integrity, Consumer Aggregation Rights Critical to: Successful Restructuring. NEM has initiated a National Policy level Committee to address the concerns of National Energy Consumers.
NEM Says FTC Needs Uniform Rules to Implement E-Sign Bill: Nationally. NEM believes the piecemeal adoption from state to state of electronic signature laws is slowing growth of the commpetitive energy market.
NEM and EEI Create Master Netting Agreement: NEM and EEI created a Master Netting Agreement, which if approved by the courts will allow trading partners to net out their obligations to each other if one defaults.
Restructuring Today - November 25, 2002: Illinois' Retail Markets - PUC gathers critics' views of Retail Power Markets
Restructuring Today - Monday, November 18th, 2002: US marketers write Ontarios Eves
Leadership in a Time of Crisis: Energy Markets - October 2002, By Craig Goodman
Cooperation and Standardization: Energy Markets - September 2002, By Gary Michor
ROI and the Internet: Energy Markets - August 2002, By Bill Mahoney
Enhancing Credit Ratings: Energy Markets - July 2002, By Greg Keers
Restructuring Today - June 25, 2002: NARUC Chief Worries Markets got bad rap at NEM Conference.
Restructuring Today - June 11, 2002: Crisis Leads NEMA to refocus meeting for June 20-21, 2002
Tulsa World - June 9, 2002: NEM & Energy companies to develop power, gas guidelines
Power & Gas Marketing - March/April 2002: Standard Competitive Market Designs article by Craig Goodman
Restructuring Today - April 15, 2002: NEM FTC Comments on Telemarketing Sales Rule, Page 3
Gas Daily - February 19, 2002: Feinstein Proposal Goes Too Far, Craig Goodman cautions regulators and legislators not to overreact.
Energy Markets - Reviewing Antitrust Immunity: The Supreme Court should ensure regulated entities cannot unfairly compete in unregulated markets - By Craig E. Bennett - Trigen Energy Corp.
Energy Markets - Deregulation Equals More: The Overall Assessment of the benefits of choice - By Kevin Stoffer - President and CEO of Nicor Energy
Energy Markets - Managing Knowledge: Knowledge Management promises significant competitive advantage. By Patrick Hogan VP Content Value Management - Cedar
Restructuring Today - POLR Policy: Can Marketers, utilities agree on POLR Policy? Craig Goodman says yes - November 6, 2001
Restructuring Today - NEM seeks new antitrust disclaimer: Encourages NARUC members to adopt a standard disclaimer for contracts with utilities, November 1, 2001
Restructuring Today - October 3, 2001: NEM Sees Antitrust case win speeding market openings - Favorable Supreme Court Ruling could trigger massive speed-up in opening retail power markets.
Restructuring Today - October 2, 2001: Elec Marketers, ELCON, Oil Producers fight antitrust case in U.S. Supreme Court
Natural Gas Week - July 16, 2001: RTO Order Seen as Boon for Energy Marketers and DG Gas Demand Effect Unknown
Restructuring Today - NY Adopts Uniform Standards: For Billing and Exchange of Routine Business Info - Craig Goodman - "this is a big step forward"
Not Everyone Pleased with NYSEG Rate Freeze: Times Union - April 23, 2001. Craig Goodman Response.
California and the West - FERC to Consider Limits : On Power Costs - Los Angeles Times - April 23, 2001. NEM's Craig Goodman Response
Restructuring Today - NEM works with FTC: March 14, 2001, Way seen for uniform national codes that trump states rights.
Restructuring Today - January 29, 2001: Blocking new generation while demand surges can create havoc
NEM Adopts National Energy Technology Policy: Energy Markets Article - January, 2001
NEXT Markets - NEM wants NYSEG to Raise Shopping Credits: NEM asks NY PSC to increase or change the credit or will press ahead with lawsuit
Restructuring Today - NEM wants Tax Credits for Competition: Expand tax credits to modernize and upgrade computer systems to facilitate competition
Restructuring Today - Gov Bush on Energy in Texas: Texas will show leadership based on the Gov's pro-competition moves
NEXT Markets - Texas PUC Chairman Welcomes Marketers: Pat Wood told NEM Leadership group Texas wants to foster real retail competition.
Restructuring Today - September 6, 2000: NJ Fee Article - Incumbents Find Way To Block Competitors - The $25/mwh is a Confiscatory Tax
NEM Group Sees Internet Law Sparking Big Changes: McGraw-Hill Energy's NextMarkets- June 27, 2000
NEM Likes Electronic Signature Bill: Restructuring Today - June 27, 2000
Restructuring Today - NEM Default Service Policy Article: February 8, 2000. The most important issue for the development of retail energy markets is the design and pricing of default services
Bureau of National Affairs - NEM Default Service Article: February 8, 2000. Compeition could falter if customers are assigned to incumbent energy providers
Gas Daily - NEM Default Service Policy Article: February 8, 2000. The pricing of default services is critical to ensuring competition
NEMA's views on Uniform Business Rules: NEMA stress the importance of uniform business rules to the success of a national energy delivery system
Generation Week - NEMA Lead Story: Group Issues Merchant Plant Guidelines - Reprinted with Permission of the Financial Times Energy USA - 800-424-2908
BNA Article on NEMA's Merchant Plant Guidelines: NEMA issued national guidelines for the devlopment and financing of Merchant Power Plants
NEMA Views on Retail Choice: Independent Energy Article on industry views on retail choice
NEMA's Positions in New York Natural Gas Collaborative: NEMA's Official Hart's Publivcation Article for August 1999 discussing the Natural Gas Unbundling efforts in New York
NEMA Opposes New Tax on Electricty Competition: NEMA battles a surprise new tax on Electricity Competition
Story on Nema Conference: Restructuring today story on NEMA Conference.
NEMA Aides Small Marketers to be active in Restructuring : NEMA helps small marketers to be active in helping to shape the opportunities and regulations that are implelmenting the restructuring of the natural gas and electricity industries.
NEMA Battles New Tax on Electricity Transportation: NEMA filed a formal protest with the government of NY for imposting a new tax on electric competiton
About Nema Conference: Article about NEMA Conference
Restructuring today: Restructuring today article
Energy Connection Article: Energy Connection Article
Final Electricity Paper: Feb. 10, 1999
Final Uniform Code of Conducts: UCC Paper
NEMA's National Guidelines for Natural Gas Unbundling: This document is NEMA's National Guidelines for Unbundling the Natural Gas Distribution Function
Restructuring Article on National Guidelines: Restructuring Article on National Guidelines
Energy Daily 1-13-1999: New York Tax Could Kill Competition
Tax Break Ruling Angers Advocates of Cheaper Power: Tax Break Ruling Angers Advocates of Cheaper Power
Gas Daily: Gas Daily: New York Seeks Sales Tax on local carriage.
Regulation, Law & Economics: The National Energy Marketers Association (NEMA) is working on a new blueprint for electricity restructuring, and hopes to complete it by mid-January.
Power seller quits upstate in bankruptcy: Power seller quits upstate in bankruptcy
Utility Spotlight: FERC Discusses June Price Spikes. Doesn't make major policy Changes
Restructuring Article on NEMA: Restructuring Article on NEMA
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