Stream Energy and the Deregulation of Energy
Posted On: June 28, 2011Thanks to the advent of energy deregulation, Stream Energy and Ignite were founded to deliver energy services and a unique business opportunity to Texas, Maryland, Georgia and Pennsylvania residents and business owners. The opportunity has led to competitive energy service rates and unlimited income potential for Ignite Independent Associates along with numerous recognitions.
Across the United States, more and more states are deregulating their energy markets. What does this mean for the consumer? It means that more companies can now offer you energy service in places such as Maryland, Texas, Georgia and Pennsylvania. Many energy markets are no longer dominated by huge corporations that can charge anything they want because no one else has been allowed to sell energy at competitive rates.
The deregulation of energy has created the opportunity for companies such as Stream Energy to offer customers many options and plans to choose from when selecting their energy services. Before deregulation, people usually only had one or two companies from whom they could receive energy service. Thanks to deregulation, however, more choices for consumers equal more competitive rates for consumers.
Stream Energy has earned a name for itself by being recognized by Direct Selling News as the largest direct seller of energy in the world for 2010, as well as being named a finalist for the Platts Global Energy Awards multiple times, along with many other honors.
Deregulation of energy has offered the opportunity to many entrepreneurs to build energy network marketing companies such as Stream Energy / Ignite. Energy network marketing companies pass the opportunity to you, the consumer, which gives you the ability to generate extra income by reselling deregulated energy to friends and family. This is a great opportunity for consumers who live in Texas, Georgia, Maryland and Pennsylvania to choose who they want to receive competitive energy rates from and make additional income.