Stream Energy Overpowers Coal

As reported by Gazette Day, Stream Energy has made a name for itself as a leader and innovator in the international energy market. Although coal has dominated the power industry for thousands of years, environmental concerns have given way to new opportunities for energy companies to come up with safer, cleaner and more efficient ways to produce energy. Stream Energy has become one of those companies most recognized for helping to move the entire industry in the direction of safer and more reliable energy for all.

 

The company was founding in 2005 and maintains its headquarters in Dallas. In 2017, Stream Energy was recognized by Market Strategies International as one of the top 10 most trustworthy retail electric providers. Stream Energy has expanded into eight states in the U.S. and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. One of the reasons why Stream has been able to expand so quickly is that it is valued by consumers for its efficient pricing and efforts to cut out the middleman. Stream is a Better Business Bureau accredited since 2010 and has since then earned an A+ rating as proof of their commitment to excellence.

 

Solar, wind power and natural gas have become the most coveted options for clean energy in recent years, even as coal companies have tried their hardest to get around government regulations on clean energy. Two years ago, natural gas started outranking coal as the top power source in the U.S. Despite persistent efforts from the U.S. coal lobby, natural power companies, such as Stream Energy, now have a stronghold in the power market. As these companies continue to grow, they will undoubtedly take the lead in the international market as well. See Related Link for additional information.

 

The European market for coal is very similar to that of the U.S. and generally follows the same trends in terms of coal’s diminishing presence as the top power source. There is still progress to be made in Southeast Asia, where coal is a bit stronger. Pressures from European countries could help Asian countries to embrace a switch away from coal in the coming years. As natural power continues to become more cost-effective, it will be an even easier choice for countries and consumers to embrace.

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Stream Energy donates to Help Hurricane Harvey Victims

The company Stream is providing connected life services and is the leader of direct sells in the industry. From their philanthropic arm, Stream Cares, they donated $25,000 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund for the Hurricane Harvey’s critical damage in Texas and along the coast of Louisiana.

 

The region was devastated by the horrendous flooding. The flood waters are in feet instead of inches. The floods forced roughly 30,000 people out of their homes and caused over 300,000 power outages.

 

Stream Cares to help those who are experiencing homelessness. Through the Stream Cares and the commitment, they have to the American Red Cross; people can begin to rest easy knowing that help is on the way.

 

The impact of Stream was close to home. Many of the Stream family is affected (http://askreporter.com/2018/01/stream-energy-standardizes-technology/). The stream continues to provide support and is monitoring the situation. They know they must support their customers and more important those who are in need.

 

The stream is out of Dallas, and through their innovative and revolutionary direct selling, they are the leaders in the energy industry. In 12 years they have generated over $8 billion in revenue. Dedicated to working seamlessly with the needs of their customers, Stream Services utilizes all their services.

 

Stream Services utilizes all their services to keep their customers connected through Wireless, Home, Protective and Energy services. The services that Stream offers are available throughout the nation. However, the Energy Services are only available in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Georgia, Maryland, Texas and Washington, D.C.

 

Going into the new year, Stream Energy assigned a new CFO, and VP. David Faranetta is a Financial Genius. He will be appointed to oversee the financial side of things such as reporting, tax, planning, accounting and the treasury for Stream. As the company continues to grow, David’s role will be highly significant. He has an extensive history of leadership. Leadership is what he will need to take Stream into the future and see it grow. With his background in finance, he has what it takes to help Stream soar (BBB).