Stream Energy is a company that provides quality energy at a low price. The company is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, and they are presently expanding their presence in the Northeastern states of the US. The company is supplying these states because of the rising demand for energy, especially during the winter months when more heat is required. The company was established by Rob Snyder and Pierre Koshajki in August 2004, and their primary objective was to bring affordable energy to all households in the United States. They initially focused on serving the state of Texas, but they were later on allowed to expand their services to other states. Delaware is the latest state to be included in the areas that they are servicing, making the local population happy. The people from Delaware are thankful to Stream Energy because of the affordable energy that they provide, comparing the prices from large corporations which they claimed to be unreliable.
Aside from expanding their presence in other states, the company is also focusing on doing philanthropic activities, being involved in a lot of relief operations for people who have been victimized by natural disasters. When Hurricane Harvey hit the eastern coast of Texas, communities built along the coast were wiped out. Cities within the state were flooded, destroying properties along the way. Stream Energy, through its philanthropic arm called Stream Cares, mobilized its rescue units, providing relief goods to the survivors and offering assistance in repairing their homes. Stream Cares also handed out cash donations to charities and institutions that are helping those who were fallen victims to Hurricane Harvey.
Most of the states that were devastated by the hurricane now lack power, and Stream Energy promised to provide them with the energy that they needed for a lower price. According to Stream Energy, they are doing their best in helping the people who experienced the wrath of the hurricane. They stated that it is embedded in the company’s values to reach out during the times of disasters. Stream Energy also has employees whose properties have been destroyed by the hurricane, and they also reached out to them and provided them with assistance.