The Starion Energy Blog

How to Approach Teaching Children About Electrical Safety

As a parent or teacher, it can be difficult to convey to children the dangers of electricity. However, it is extremely important that they are taught about it and learn the proper techniques to stay safe. This blog will discuss some of the basic (and easy) steps you can take to teach your kids about electrical safety. It will also talk about the importance of teaching electrical safety to kids and some facts and information that everyone should know.

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October 7, 2020 is Energy Efficiency Day

Happy Energy Efficiency Day! At Starion Energy every day can be Energy Efficiency Day. We give our customers the flexibility and freedom to enhance their life and those around them by providing all natural green energy options as well as providing customers the rewards that matter most to them. Starion Rewards customers can receive over 500,000 ways to save on shopping, dining, groceries, travel or entertainment needs. Today is a great day to make a commitment to the environment and to energy efficiency at your home or workplace.

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Six Steps to Take to Become an Eco - Friendly Business

Do you run a small or commercial business and want to take some steps to go green? In this blog, we’ll cover a variety of things you can do to start an eco-friendly initiative for your business. We will discuss helpful tips like purchasing reusable office supplies, how to reduce your energy consumption, proper recycling methods, renewable energy options, and more. With this guide, you will be able to learn more about eco-friendly business ideas and best practices and how to implement them in your office.

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Are You Aware of These Four Benefits of Energy Choice?

Have you ever wondered what the benefits are of being able to choose your energy provider? In certain regions, there are no retail suppliers if the market uses a traditional regulation model. If you live in these regions, you likely won’t get the same benefits of energy choice as other consumers. For those who do have a choice, it may not always be clear what these benefits are or how it applies to your energy needs. Considering how we depend on energy providers for everything from doing the dishes to cooking our meals and heating our homes, a competitive market serves the consumer. Individual states determine whether to create a regulated or competitive market, but the good news is about half of U.S. states now give you a choice of supplier. Here’s why having access to a competitive market

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Six Things You Didn’t Know About Renewable Energy

By April 2019, renewable energy generation outpaced coal for the first time in U.S. history. Coal accounted for 20% of total production, while 23% came from renewable sources, of which approximately 50% was wind and solar generation. As the era of renewable power generation is now in full swing, we thought we’d assemble six facts about renewable energy you may not know yet.

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