Stream Energy is a Dallas based firm that deals in the sale and provision of connected life services. Rob Snyder and Pierre Koshajki established the company in 2005 immediately after the deregulation of the Texas electricity market. Stream Energy was initially dealing with retail electricity and natural gas.
The company has grown over the years to become a leader in the energy industry. Its idea of direct selling has completely revolutionized the industry and enabled the firm to accrue up to over $8 billion in revenues in 12 years (Crunchbase). The company provides energy services, protective services, home services and wireless services.
These services have proved very useful to customers who want an on-the-go lifestyle and those who wish to be connected wherever they may be. However, energy services are only available in markets which have deregulated the energy market like Texas, Maryland, Washington D.C., New York, Georgia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Illinois. All the other services are available countrywide.
Stream Energy has offered a solution to the rising energy bills. Many people are often astounded when they receive relatively high energy bills and are continually looking for ways of reducing the usage. You may be wondering why your bills are so huge yet you only use a few gadgets. Plugged-in devices still consume energy regardless of whether they are actively used or just lying there. This is called Phantom Drain. Though the consumption is little, it accumulates with time and could have a devastating effect on your monthly bill.
Therefore, plugging out devices when you are not using them can help save more energy (https://technewsspy.com/2017/11/08/stream-energy-dallas-texas/). For instance, by cutting power to your DVD player, coffee maker or computer screen, when not using them, you end up saving nearly $100 yearly. Now that is some pretty amount that can go into another good use. You can save more if you batch up all your gadgets onto power strips and always shutting all appliances when you do not need them.
Currently, usage monitoring tools are readily available. Stream Energy has an option for Texas residents to subscribe to weekly reports of energy spending sent to their inboxes.
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