It’s a little-known secret that many electronics and appliances still use electricity even when they are switched off. Stream Energy wants energy consumers to know that this hidden use of energy often leads to higher than expected electric bills (Facebook). When extra power is eaten up by energy vampire devices it’s called phantom drain, which can easily run up a family’s annual electric bill by more than $100 per year.
In order to avoid higher than expected energy bills, consumers need to only make one simple change to their habits: unplug electronics and small appliances when not in use. Devices like coffee makers, game consoles, computer screens, printers and entertainment systems can be attached to power strips, making it easier to unplug several items at the same time. Making this minor change can add up to big savings on electricity for many households over the course of a year.
Headquartered in Dallas, TX, Stream Energy is one of the largest direct sellers of energy in the global energy marketplace. In business since 2005, the company provides electricity and natural gas services to consumers in a number of large markets throughout the U.S. The company is also dedicated to the environment, shown through the way the company sources power (https://www.saveonenergy.com/stream-energy/). Stream Energy purchases some of its power from clean energy producers of wind, solar, hydro and other renewable energy sources. By doing this, the company is able to provide customers with a choice to protect the environment by using the company’s Green and Clean energy products.
Stream Energy maintains an ongoing commitment to its customers, helping them gain more control over the cost of their electric bills. To this end, the company offers energy use monitoring tools, budget-friendly long-term fixed rate electricity plans, and energy sharing programs with rewards like free electricity. In many different ways, Stream Energy shows its dedication to creating a win-win experience for energy users everywhere the company operates.