Posted On: October 5, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
This week, our Ignite marketing channel management was asked to supply a student at an east coast university the answer to this question: “What does Stream Energy/Ignite look for in a state when considering it for our market expansion?” Without addressing profitability and only the market’s legislated/regulated structure, the following was our answer to this student’s question.
Posted On: September 30, 2011 | By: Stream Marketing
Earlier this week, Stream Energy had the pleasure to announce that we were recently designated a finalist for two Platts Global Energy Awards. One of the award nominations went to Stream Energy’s chief risk officer, Lisa Holliday. Lisa was named a finalist for the Rising Star – Individual Award. This award, according to Platts, is “for leaders who personify innovation, stimulate intelligent action to meet opportunity and execute with passion to deliver the vision.”
Posted On: September 23, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
Managing Director of Ignite Doug Witt has a special message for all Associates heading into this weekend's Super Academy event in Houston...
Posted On: September 9, 2011 | By: Stream Marketing
Working here at Stream Energy definitely has its perks. The employees come to a workplace that earned a national designation for a top workplace. We interact with some of the most inspirational people on a daily basis and the number one favorite thing about Stream Energy among its employees is the culture and family-like atmosphere promoted within the office.
Posted On: August 31, 2011 | By: Stream Marketing
Understanding the correct ways to save on energy in Georgia, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Texas
Myth #1: Turning ON and OFF a light, computer or TV uses more energy than just leaving it ON.
Fact: According to the Department of Energy, incandescent lights should be turned OFF whenever they’re not needed to save on energy. Did you know that 90% of the energy used to power a light bulb is converted to heat, while a dismal 10% is used to generate light?
Posted On: August 26, 2011 | By: Stream Marketing
We care about our customers' safety and satisfaction. As we enter hurricane season, weather-related emergencies become more likely. We encourage all customers to be prepared, by having the emergency contact numbers handy so you’ll know who to call in case of an outage.
Please see below for the emergency contact numbers for your area. Take precautions now to be safe and secure.
Posted On: August 23, 2011 | By: Stream Marketing
We all know that this summer’s heat wave has been hard to deal with. The last thing anyone wants to do is be outside for more than 10 minutes because once you experience the scorching heat, the first thing that pops in your head is to get inside and adjust the AC similar to that of an igloo. It is no secret that staying cool means using energy, and at times we use an unnecessary amount. However, we have a responsibility to conserve our natural energy sources. Not only will we be doing the earth a huge favor but our pockets will be thankful as well!
Posted On: August 17, 2011 | By: Stream Marketing
With the peak of summer’s heat upon us, the welcomed relief of cooler temperatures is on the horizon. The summer of 2011 will go down as one of the hottest summers on record in the US. Temperatures soared into the triple digits multiple times for much of the nation, with Texas suffering from more than 50 days of the triple-digit heat.
Posted On: August 12, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
As with any growing company, the prospect of expansion is incredibly appetizing. The thoughts of expanding into new markets, gaining more customers and generating more revenue become a focal point of business. But Stream Energy is concerned with much more than just aggressive expansion. We must remain committed to the home bases that got us to where we are today.
Posted On: August 10, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
Upon my return from Houston last evening, I was directed to this post via an email by one of our Ignite associates. I do not know the identity of the author of this blog, but I have in the past read some posts at the Texas Electricity Ratings blog -- and found the views of this blog owner highly insightful, if not always 100% accurate.