Stream Services Introduces Energy Services to Delaware

Stream Energy, best known as a leading provider of connected life services, has now created energy services in Delaware. These services will be available in addition to wire-free, defensive, and household services. To make this introduction a success, Stream Energy called upon their experience of launching energy services in Illinois during September of 2017 (GazetteDay).

 

In total, this is the eighth state Stream Energy has launched energy services in. The others include Illinois, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and Texas. They also offer the service in the nation’s capital.

 

In a press conference, the CEO of Stream Energy, Larry Mondry, spoke of his excitement in adding Delaware to the lineup after the necessary certifications were received. These sentiments were echoed by Dan O’Malley, the Chief Operating Officer, who said the momentum is thrilling and likely to extend into next year.

 

At this moment, consumers will have the option of a six-month plan, which comes at a flat-rate of two percent below market pricing. Consumers can also opt for a twelve-month plan, but no precise number is guaranteed – however, Stream Energy says the pricing will be competitive (https://www.bbb.org/dallas/business-reviews/electric-companies/stream-energy-in-dallas-tx-90018895/reviews-and-complaints).

 

Stream Energy was created during 2005 in Dallas, Texas. The company is best known for taking a unique approach to direct selling that many says has restructured the energy industry. The proof is in the pudding, as Stream Energy has generated more than eight billion dollars in sales since their inception. They are well on their way to becoming the largest company founded on direct sales in the international energy industry.

 

The parent company is known as Stream Services, which is then broken into subsidiaries that include Stream Energy Services, Stream Wireless Services, Stream Protective Services, and Stream Home Services. While the energy services are only available in the eight states mentioned earlier (plus Washington D.C.), the rest of Stream’s services are available throughout the country. The company’s goal is to meet the consumer’s need of staying connected while living life on the move – no matter where they are located.