Stream Energy expands into Pennsylvania electricity market

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Dallas, October 18, 2010 — Stream Energy announced its start of operations in the Pennsylvania electricity market.

Stream Energy will begin accepting residential customers’ requests for service in the PPL service area in southeastern Pennsylvania in early November, and within the state’s PECO service territory in the Philadelphia market beginning January 1, 2011.

Stream Energy is timing entry into Pennsylvania to coincide with the removal of utility price caps by the state’s Public Utility Commission as part of the Pennsylvania deregulation schedule.

The full-service network marketing approach utilized by the Ignite sales organization uses a familiar “person-to-person” marketing methodology that has shared the firm’s noted success with its army of 170,000+ independent associates.

Stream Energy now claim annual revenues exceeding $900 million during the firm’s fifth full year of operations, marketing electricity in Texas and natural gas in Georgia.

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