Stream Energy may be the single most innovative energy company in America today. Founded more than a dozen years ago, the company has revolutionized the way that people buy and use energy. In addition to providing its associates with a phenomenal economic opportunity, Stream Energy has made it easier for average Americans to use the cost-saving power of clean energy. In doing so, Stream Energy is helping bring about the green energy revolution that will soon take over American and make it one of the cleanest advanced nations on Earth.
Stream Energy is a different kind of energy company. Founded on the idea that people should only pay for what they use and how they use it, Stream Energy allows average power consumers more breadth of choice than any other company in existence. One of the cornerstones of its program has been its promotion of green energy sources, allowing, for the first time, users who would not otherwise have access to means of green energy consumption the ability to choose to consume their household energy in the form of wind or solar-generated power.
But Stream has racked up accomplishments in other areas of social importance as well. The company has been heavily involved in charitable causes around the Dallas, Texas, area since it was founded. Having contributed to everything from hurricane victims to programs helping the city’s homeless children, now, Stream Energy is creating a dedicated philanthropy arm of its company that will be called the Stream Cares Foundation.
The Stream Cares Foundation will continue giving to the many charitable causes that the company has been supporting over the last decade. But it will also give the company’s employees a chance to take a more active role in charity around Dallas. Stream employees are already known for their generosity. In 2016, a major outbreak of tornadoes occurred in the North Texas area. Stream employees were able to raise tens of thousands of dollars to help get the people of the regions who were displaced by the storms the help they needed. Stream then matched the contributions. All told, the tornado-ravaged people of North Texas got a six-figure windfall.