Believe it or not, there is a vampire lurking in your home right now. It’s not the supernatural monster that has a thirst for blood, but a kind of modern, high-tech creature that craves a steady meal of electricity.
Throughout every modern household, today are devices that are sometimes called “vampires” because they are creating a phantom drain of your energy usage – devices that suck electricity even when they are not in use.
It might be a coffee maker, your computer, a printer, a space heater that’s plugged in but not operating, a DVR machine – all of them are basically on standby and not fully switched off. If you see an indicator light glowing on any one of these devices while you are not using them, they are drawing electricity, and you’re paying for it.
It is estimated that if the average household unplugged all of their electronic devices while not in use it could knock as much as 30% off a total annual electric bill. Imagine in your annual usage is about $900. By cutting power to phantom devices, your bill would shrink to $600!
This is just one of the recommendation of experts with Stream Energy, a Dallas-based supplier of electricity since 2004 (https://www.bizjournals.com/dallas/news/2016/11/14/dallas-stream-energy-relocate-headquarters-addison.html). Stream Energy operates on a unique business model that leverages multi-level marketing techniques to sell affordable power in locations throughout the United States.
Stream Energy not only finds ways to make consumption of electrical power more affordable but it also provides an opportunity for anyone to become an associate and make money by selling to customers or recruiting new sales associates.
Working with Stream Energy and combing through your home to eliminate phantom sources of power is a marvelous way to dramatically reduce what you pay every month for basic electrical power. It’s good for the individual consumer while reducing the demand on the nation’s electrical grid is good for the country.
Stream Energy associates can be energy sellers and energy consumers at the same time, creating a win-win situation between the power company and power customer.