Stream Energy Steamrolls the Competition in State After State

Stream Energy is a Dallas-based Network Marketing company which specializes in home energy solutions but also offers wireless and protective home services. Started in 2005 after the Texas Legislature deregulated the energy market in that state, it was founded as a multilevel marketing company. This has allowed it to grow by word-of-mouth alone and grow it has.

 

Stream Energy to date has generated more than eight billion dollars in revenue and expanded into eight states. As of December 5, 2017, Delaware was added to the list of states where the company offers home energy solutions. The other seven states are:

 

  • Texas
  • Illinois
  • Georgia
  • Pennsylvania
  • New Jersey
  • Washington, DC
  • Maryland
  • New York

 

Of course, Stream Energy is not content with these eight states but has even more aggressive expansion plans for 2018. The non-energy products it offers are available to anyone in the United States, but energy services are different.

 

To provide energy services in a state, the state must first offer deregulated energy to its citizens (https://gazetteday.com/2017/11/stream-energy/). Next, any company wanting to offer energy services still must comply with various regulations. Deregulation does not mean not regulated.

 

Aside from great public relations victories Stream Energy has enjoyed in recent years including being honored as one of the most Trusted Energy Companies in Texas, the company is growing a firm hold nationwide with its other core products: Wireless, protective, and home services.

 

Stream Energy wireless plans are an excellent value for individuals, but the shared plans are an unbeatable value (WeeklyOpinion). When clients need Roadside Assistance, Credit Monitoring, or Identity Protection, the company offers these as well. And the Smart Home and Digital Voice services round out its trusted offerings.

 

These services each combine to make Stream Energy a valuable and trusted part of many lives. Little wonder then that as states permit, Stream is going to steam in and roll over the competition.