Founded in 2005, Stream Energy is a privately-held firm topping in the direct sales industry for offering connected life services. Stream Energy has changed the energy sector by strategically cementing its positioning in the industry in the past ten years. The company specializes in home services, deregulated natural gas, direct sales, protective services, and home services. Together, these services work seamlessly to meet the demands of clients. The mentioned services are also available across the country except for energy services that are currently available in New York, New Jersey, Texas, Illinois, and Pennsylvania. Stream Energy has more than 100 employees.
A higher than the standard expected bill has been delivered to most of us at some point in life. What many individuals don’t know is that they could be consuming electric power even when not using electronic gadgets. Leaving such devices plugged in will consume a lot of energy thereby resulting in a high electric bill. You should shut off the power whenever you’re not using them to save you money for extra needs as well as services. Stream Energy is in the industry to help achieve such objectives by providing invaluable energy services and products.
Aside from that, Stream Energy is a corporation that engages in philanthropy with the aim of changing people’s lives. That’s why when Hurricane Harvey hit Dallas the company launched a new branch to support victims. Being a corporation, starting a unique arm is a new phenomenon. It provides dual advantages. The company gives back to the less fortunate in the community while earning a reputation as well as the loyalty of prospective clients. Corporate giving is highly publicized. It’s also altruistic. However, to the typical C-level executive, it’s a great support system when profits fall. From the point of statistics, corporate America is generous. That’s why in 2016, companies gave up to $19 billion to local and foreign charities. For Stream Energy which has created long-term relationships with the Red Cross and Habitat for Humanity, workers, as well as corporate leadership, drive local grassroots giving. Through direct selling, the company distributes energy as it pays its associates to create a network of loyal consumers and deliver various services and products.