Posted On: August 1, 2019 | By: StreamNow more than ever, we are each called to take responsibility for protecting the earth’s most precious resources. Luckily, Stream Green makes that feel as easy as flipping a switch!
Posted On: July 10, 2019 | By: StreamWith each passing day, paperless billing becomes the clearer choice in how you should be receiving your bills. It’s not just the best choice for you, it’s the best choice for the entire world.
Posted On: November 7, 2018 | By: Stream
The smart thermostat market is booming as more and more people get serious about conserving energy and saving a few bucks on their electric bill. It's clear that the benefits of a smart thermostat are many, but not all devices are created equal.
Posted On: April 22, 2018 | By: Stream
Earth Day is all about protecting our beautiful planet and helping raise awareness of the environment’s needs. Find out how you can help show the Earth some love in honor of Earth Day!
Posted On: April 11, 2018 | By: Stream
Buckle up, Buckeyes: Stream will be servicing select territories in the great state of Ohio, starting April 24.
Posted On: December 11, 2017 | By: Stream
With Stream opening up in the new market, there’s a fair chance you may have found yourself having some curiosity on Delaware. You’re in luck, we’ve compiled some helpful tidbits about “The First State.”
Posted On: December 5, 2017 | By: Stream
Stream officially launched their line of Energy Services, in addition to Wireless, Protective and Home Services, in Delaware on Tuesday. This Stream’s second energy expansion in 2017, following the opening of the Illinois market in September.
Posted On: October 5, 2017 | By: Stream
Wondering what's up with the Windy City? Here's a helpful glance to get a feel for Chi-town.
Posted On: September 23, 2017 | By: Stream
Stream Energy Services officially launches today in northern Illinois!
Posted On: September 8, 2017 | By: Stream
Stream has been recognized by Market Strategies International as one of the top 10 most trusted retail electric providers (REPs) in Texas, following a study that measured 52 REPs in the state.