CEO Rob Snyder Announces Fourth Service Area for Stream Energy in the Keystone State
DALLAS – Stream Energy, the global leader of energy network marketing companies, announced its launch of energy service to customers in the Duquesne service area of Pennsylvania. Duquesne becomes the fourth area serviced by Stream Energy in Pennsylvania, joining the PPL, PECO and MetEd service areas.
Encompassing approximately 500,000 residential electricity meters in Pittsburgh and its surrounding areas, Duquesne is a very attractive territory for Stream Energy.
“Today’s announcement by Stream Energy concerning Duquesne is the latest in our string of success stories coming out of Pennsylvania,” said Stream Energy Chairman Rob Snyder. “We have found that Pennsylvanians across the state are eager to learn more about our competitive products and the lucrative business opportunity available through our marketing subsidiary, Ignite. We know that our family of customers will very quickly include a sizeable portion of all Duquesne residents, and we look forward to meeting their needs.”
Dallas-based Stream Energy is a provider of energy services in Georgia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Texas. The firm’s wholly owned subsidiary, Ignite, is among the largest network marketing companies in the world. Ignite incentivizes entrepreneurs to explain the advantages of energy deregulation directly to consumers and has created a paradigm shift in how energy companies in deregulated markets attract new customers.