A phantom is haunting the halls of everyday modern homes. Slowly draining energy, it only manifests itself at the end of the month when the electric bill arrives. According to a recent blog post by Stream Energy this “phantom drain” is easily combated. Simply shutting off all of your electric devices when not in use can help save hundreds of dollars a year. The blog post suggests “batching” as many devices as possible on power strips allowing multiple devices to be turned off quickly when not in use. With a simple few changes, you can transform wasted energy costs in your home into much needed extra cash. Learn more at Biz Journals about Stream Energy.
Stream Energy is a privately held direct seller of electricity. Founded in Dallas in 2005 their services are currently available in Texas, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Maryland, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., New York and Illinois. Offering an innovative market-based solution to help meet the energy demands of a modern household, Stream Energy, has made over 8 billion in profits over the span of twelve years and helped revolutionize the energy market turning them into one of the top direct selling energy companies in the world. Follow Stream Energy on linkedin.com.
In addition to the more traditional business of providing energy services, Stream Energy has also branched out into other utility markers. Steam Connected Services provides simple wireless plans on the newest 4G LTE network for the budget minded consumer. Stream Protective services will keep all your sensitive personal data safe from would-be identity thieves. Lastly, Stream Home services will keep you connected to your home no matter where you are.
In 2014, Stream Energy also merged its multi-level marketing platform, Ignite, with the Stream brand. Customers can now earn extra cash by convincing friends and family to sign up for Stream Energy services. You could earn up to $3 a month for each customer that you sign up.