Posted On: July 27, 2011 | By: Generating a Different Kind of Light
Buddha once said, “If you light a lamp for someone else it will also brighten your path.” The truth in this saying is undeniable. If an individual ever feels down and defeated, a person’s actions or words has the power to bring them back up. Anyone and everyone has been helped at some point in his or her life. There is no doubt that both giving and receiving help is a crucial aspect of life.
Posted On: July 21, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
You even read about him in many media publications.
But catch a glimpse of the Stream Energy chairman Rob Snyder that you might not have seen before.
Posted On: July 14, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
An interview with Stream Energy’s Director of Commercial Sales Cory Hall
- In what ways does commercial service differ from residential service?
CH: The usage patterns for commercial meters versus residential meters vary greatly. There is a difference in the way a commercial meter is billed rather than a residential meter. Residential meters have fairly predictable usage patterns while commercial meters can vary greatly. The greatest variability between each commercial account lies in its peak usage and how often it approaches that peak usage.
Posted On: July 6, 2011 | By: Stream Marketing
It’s been said that we didn’t inherit the Earth from our parents, but rather it’s on loan from our children. Now more than ever, the impetus to be good stewards of our planet rests on our shoulders. There are many utility companies that claim to provide green utilities, but Stream Energy, a leader among green energy companies, is the real deal. Stream Energy’s goal is to provide our customers with the ability to save energy and the environment with cost-affordable green plans.
Posted On: July 1, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
They’re not easy things to love.
But on some days, they surprise you.
The best days are when you can look back and say you participated in something really worthwhile – something that transcended the everyday boundaries of “job,” “paycheck” and “career.”