In a recent article released by Stream Energy, millions of energy users are unaware of the energy that is being wasted daily. Leaving unused electrical appliances and cords plugged in is accounting for much-wasted energy, up to $130.00 worth of wasted energy yearly. Which translates into a ten dollar monthly savings off the utility bill. Let’s face it, we all are guilty of leaving the device charging cords plugged in because it’s habit, or not unplugging the coffee pot or toaster oven because we don’t think to do it, but if the cords and appliances were unplugged during the day or if all cords were plugged into power strips, it would save so much in energy costs just to flip a switch and shut them down. Being energy smart and remembering that even though there is nothing plugged into the charging cord or that the appliance is off, that those things still draw energy all the time. If more individuals can remember to do this, it would lead to some pretty nice savings.
Stream Energy was founded in 2005 in Texas as a company that sold gas and electric in deregulated areas. Stream Energy solely relied on word of mouth to build their business and now their gas and electric services are available in Washington DC, Maryland, New York, New Jersey, and Philadelphia. In 2014 the business Stream Energy decided to merge with it’s sister company, Ignite, to sell the Stream Energy line of goods and services including: telephone services, energy monitoring software for people’s smartphones and tablets, that way they can energy usage and temperature gauges when away from home, and lastly, Stream Energy offers a unique medical service.
Stream Protective Services offers a full line of services, from credit monitoring, tech support, roadside assistance or 24/7 medical service (LinkedIn). Customers of this service have access to a board-certified physician, either by video visit or calling the physician any time if day. The physician can even call in prescriptions for the customer. To read more about Stream Energy’s unique approach to services, please click this https://www.puc.texas.gov/industry/electric/directories/rep/report_rep.aspx?ID=ELSQL01DB1245339200001