Posted On: June 28, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
Thanks 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.
Posted On: June 22, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
Will electricity costs go up because of the Smart Grids?
I look at three issues when I think of electricity cost to the consumer:
- Fuel Cost – the cost of the fuel to run the generator.
Posted On: June 16, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
Stream Energy, the largest network marketer of energy in the world, is taking the next step in our ongoing commitment to Captain Hope's Kids, a charitable organization which meets the critical needs of homeless children.
As previously announced, we have launched an online webpage that allows our friends to make a direct donation to this worthy charity, as part of our campaign called "A Big Difference Starts Small."
Posted On: June 15, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
Award Winning Customer Service from Stream Energy, providing customers in Texas, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Maryland with deregulated energy services
Stream Energy, a deregulated energy services provider founded by chairman Rob Snyder, serves customers in Texas, Georgia, Pennsylvania and Maryland and has been recognized for its outstanding customer service.
The Retail Electric Provider and the Smart Grid: Reviewing the Past and Anticipating the Future to Understand the Present: Part Three of a Three-Part Blog
Posted On: June 8, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
A prevailing issue in the move from regulatory compact to competition is overcoming the paranoia of losing reliability without all of the regulation-required redundancy that is built into our electricity grid operations. As long as electricity consumers see our product as being in the same class as air and water, they will be willing to pay for 99.9999% reliability. But with near real-time energy markets, the need for ancillary service capacity markets will dwindle, and I predict that other than the ever-present need for the “regulation” capacity market, and the ability to buy energy-only products in near real-time, the responsive and non-spinning reserve markets will be done away with.
The Retail Electric Provider and the Smart Grid: Reviewing the Past and Anticipating the Future to Understand the Present: Part Two of a Three-Part Blog
Posted On: June 1, 2011 | By: Samantha Davis
The Future (and remember, I am just guessing).
In 20 years our industry will have solved two of the major problems associated with serving our customers:
1) The incoherent nature of consumption of electricity by consumers, and
2) The fact that an energy company needs to also be a “bank” for the customer with short-term loans payable in the next month.