When customers are able to choose their electric rates, they can get better options than if they had to choose things that were higher. Stream Energy knew this when they started. They also knew things would keep getting better as long as they had the opportunity to keep giving other people the options they needed. It was Stream Energy’s goal of helping people that allowed them to keep giving back in different situations. They also knew things would keep getting better so they had to push forward and help other people with the issues they faced. Stream Energy focused on giving people the opportunities they needed and they also had the ability to keep showing others how things would continue getting better. Because Stream knew how to help people, they could make sure their business focused on that instead of focusing on the profits they made between different things.
As long as Stream knew how to help people, they had to make sure things would keep getting better. They also had to show others there were positive opportunities that would come from everything they offered. When Stream started offering people the opportunities they needed for success, the company saw the positive experiences that came with everything they were doing. It was their way of promoting a positive experience for all the people they worked with. No matter the issues people had or the things they did, Stream felt good about giving everyone the chances that would help them succeed.
Even though Stream Energy felt good about what they did, they still felt there were things people had to keep doing. They wanted to share their experience through the Stream Cares program. They also wanted everyone to get a chance at a better future because of the work they put into the business. Instead of there being negative parts of the business, Stream Cares was the first positive thing they did that was completely unrelated to energy. It was their way of providing a charity and helping people get the results they needed through the things that would help them grow as a company.