On the 23rd of September this year, Stream Energy launched their energy services in northern Illinois. This made the total number of states Steam provides energy to seven. The residents of northern Illinois can now enjoy all the Steam’s services which include wireless, home, and protective services together with energy. Other states that Steam provides energy services to include Texas, New York, Washington, D.C., Georgia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland. Steam Energy is a leading company that deals with direct selling and provision of connected life services.
Larry Mondry who is the President and CEO of Stream was present at the Illinois launch. He stated that the company has been looking forward to making the state of Illinois part of the Stream family. The company had taken some time in planning the way forward to offer their services and opportunities to the state of Illinois. The customers in northern Illinois can now enjoy Stream’s Energy services at very competitive rates. Stream Energy is offering a 2% below the incumbent rate. The company has also included fixed-rate plans that are applicable for 6 months and 12 months.
Stream Energy is looking forward to expanding its services to even more states in future (GazetteDay). The company’s associates stand to benefit from this expansion by growing and expanding their businesses. Dan O’Malley, the company’s Chief Operating Officer mentioned that their remains room for more expansion plans in the state of Illinois. The Independent Associates of Stream are set to celebrate the expansion to Illinois on 13th January 2018. The venue has already been set at Navy Pier in Chicago. Stream is also set to join in the celebrations on that date.
Stream Energy was founded in 2005. Its direct-selling strategy has revolutionized the energy industry since its inception. For the 12 years, the company has been in operations, they have realized over $8 billion in revenue. This has transformed the energy company into one of the major direct selling corporations around the world in the energy segment.
Stream Energy has recently signed off a lease plan to have its headquarters move to Allison from Stemmons Freeway. The new facility boasts of having 55,226 square feet of office space. The new CEO of the company, Larry Mondry, signed this off.