Stream (formerly Stream Energy), a provider of energy and connected life services, will be expanding into Ohio. The announcement was made by Stream Chief CEO Larry Mondry during the company’s recent national conference, Stream Ignition, held this year in Fort Worth, Texas.
On April 24, Stream Energy Services will expand to six territories in Ohio, which contain 4.2 million energy meters.
“The opportunity is clear,” said Mondry. “A new state means Associates everywhere—not just in Ohio—have the chance to expand their business by introducing millions of new customers to Stream. We continue to look for new places to expand and grow the Stream business for our customers and Associates.”
During the conference, the Dallas, Texas-based energy provider also announced the launch of two new energy plans: Stream Free Nights or Free Weekends. Customers in Texas now have the option to get free electricity every night or every weekend through Stream, along with a $200 Visa gift card at the end of their contract term.
The company also announced Budget Power Plan. Customers enrolled in the Budget Power Plan pay the same amount for their energy bill every month, as long as their monthly usage stays within their pre-chosen usage block.