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Retail Energy Policymakers To Address National Energy Marketers Association Mid-Atlantic Energy Summit

July 17, 2018

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Reporting by Paul Ring •

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The National Energy Marketers Association has released an agenda for its upcoming Mid-Atlantic Energy Summit to be held July 25-26 in Baltimore, Md.

Confirmed speakers and participants include:

• Betty Ann Kane, Chairman, District of Columbia PSC

• Dallas Winslow, Chairman, Delaware PSC

• Odogwu Linton, Commissioner, Maryland PSC

• Upendra Chivukula, Commissioner, NJBPU

• Robert Powelson, Commissioner, FERC

• Catherine Pugh, Mayor Of Baltimore

• Dan Mumford, Director, Office of Competitive Market Oversight, PAPUC

• Cary Hinton, Policy Advisor, DCPSC

• Richard Mroz, Commissioner Emeritus, NJBPU

• Erin O'Connell-Diaz, Commissioner Emeritus, Illinois Commerce Commission

Powelson and Mayor Pugh will each give keynote addresses on July 26

At the July 26 open summit, policymakers will provide a "state of their state" update for their jurisdiction, providing updates on important regulatory and legislative initiatives impacting Mid-Atlantic retail market participation and providing recommendations and advice to competitive supplier community

Speakers and NEM attendees will engage in a discussion of a variety of topics including:

• Timely Consumer Pricing Signals and Robustness of Switching Process

• Reasonable Consumer Protection, Data Privacy and Marketing Standards

• Regulatory Certainty Enhances Private Investments to Serve Consumers

• Commission and Supplier Education Programs, Shopping Tools and Innovations to Promote Consumer Shopping for Energy Supply, DER and Other Innovative Products

• Establishment and Availability of Dedicated Commission Offices and Staff for Competitive Market Issues

• Regulatory Changes That Can Enhance Competitive Suppliers Ability to Offer Consumers an Array of Innovative Commodity and Energy-Related Value-Added Service Offerings

     - Current barriers - Billing Constructs, Presumption that Consumers Begin as Default Service Customers

     - Enhancements – AMI Deployment and Data Access

     - Non-discriminatory, Open Access to Utility Infrastructure to Deliver Value-Added Product Offerings and Technologies

• Participation in the PJM Wholesale Electric Market

A closed NEM executive committee session for NEM members only on July 25 will also address pressing matters in the retail energy industry, including New York litigation and new market openings such as California, Nevada, Florida, and Virginia

Register for the conference here

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