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Stream Energy Has A Heart For The People In Its State And Beyond

Monday, February 4th, 2019

Hurricane Harvey brought a lot of damage to the state of Texas, but Stream Energy, which is an energy company based out of that state, was quick to step in to help those who were affected by the storm. They donated to those in need and helped their customers. The company has always been all about giving back, and it recently formed its own charity, called Stream Cares to help its state and the country. And it gives back in more ways than just by donating money. It gets involved in the community and lets people know that it is there for them.

In years past, Stream Energy has worked with both the Habitat for Humanity and The American Red Cross. It has worked with the homeless and has put on an event for homeless kids to get to go to a water park. It was very hands-on with the event, by volunteering as well as giving money for the event. Stream Energy has a passion for taking care of those in need, and its employees know that and are eager to give back in any way that they can.

Stream Energy’s employees care about meeting the people who they are serving. They want to get to know their community and to offer them the financial and moral support that they need. Stream Energy is all about serving veterans, and it donated transportation for them to go out for a good meal at a restaurant. Stream Energy has always had a heart for the people around it, and it plans to continue to show its heart and compassion through the work that it does with Stream Cares. It is trying to make things better for Dallas, and for the state of Texas as a whole, and it is accomplishing that through its great leadership and philanthropy.

Clocks To Help Combat Energy Crisis

Tuesday, April 19th, 2016

Venezuela has gone ahead by 30 minutes as President Maduro declared that the move would come into effect from 1st May 2016. The reason for this time travel is simple – the energy crisis in Venezuela has become worse than ever before.

With this move, Maduro hopes that the energy usage would go down as it is during the evening that most power is used. This move will reverse the turning back of clocks by 30 minutes by former President Hugo Chavez who wanted children to wake up for school during daytime.

Venezuela is currently being crippled due to power shortage and critics of the government like Norka Luque also reveal that the crisis could be a result of lack of management and investment by the government in this sector. Apart from the clocks, Maduro also urged women to restrict the use of hairdryers to only special occasions since electricity is hard to come by these days.

CorporationWiki has reported on the country already dealing with economic and political crisis and this energy crisis is not going to help matters at all. With the Amnesty bill issue and the rising inflation rate making oil more expensive in Venezuela, people are finding it difficult to even handle day to day activities. Medicines, transport, and even basic amenities like food have become markedly more expensive in Venezuela.
The energy sector was offered longer weekends as Maduro recently made Friday a non-working day in Venezuela for some time.