Stream Energy is an energy company that sells different forms of energy to its customers at a discounted rate. One interesting fact about Stream Energy is that the services are probably not the only thing that attracts new customers. The customer service is more than likely a big part of the reason that individuals choose to use their services. The associates take the time out to get to know the customers to understand their needs. They use this information to help match them with the services that meet their needs financially and physically. Another thing that probably attracts associates and customers is how much Stream Energy cares about their community. Customers want to be a part of a company that has their back. Stream cares so much about their community that they are not only understanding but in the case of a natural disaster or homelessness, they help fund the recovery. Now that sounds like a company anyone would love to be a part of. Merely compare Stream to other companies that start collection calls to find out why one hasn’t paid their bill yet. They don’t seem to care very much about why even though they ask. All they really want to know is when you will pay the money. Charity and philanthropy are a big part of the Stream Energy brand. The company has been in business for more than 13 years and each year is evolving more and more into the perfect role model for other companies. Believe it or not, the generosity rating for Texas has increased thanks to Stream. Texas is not listed as a generous state. It can also be said that the company is a first responder to natural disaster as well. Hurricanes and tornados are full of devastation, loss, and hurt. People in the impacted neighborhoods lose their homes, loved ones, and pets. Looking at the number of insurance companies that do not cover the extreme damages caused by these types of storms, many have to start from scratch with no money, or the ability to fix their homes. That is why companies like Stream Energy has made a positive difference.
— Stream (@MyStreamSocial) June 30, 2018