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Category: energy efficient gifts

Four Gifts To Show Your Love of Planet Earth This Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is February 14th. With love and romance in the air, many of you may be pondering different types of gifts to share with the important people in your lives. There are of course the traditional presents of flowers and candy, which are great, but can also be somewhat predictable. For those of you looking to do something a little different this year and are also interested in helping planet earth, we would like to recommend adding some environmentally themed ideas to your Valentine’s Day gift lists.

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Starion Energy is Helping Those in Need During COVID-19

In these times of international crisis, many have been impacted differently. We, at Starion Energy want to do our part in ensuring others stay strong, stay safe, and stay positive. You can judge a society by how they come together during a time of crisis. This is true in the COVID-19 pandemic as organizations, corporate entities, and heroic individuals work collectively to reduce the spread and impact of the coronavirus. Starion Energy is committed to helping communities during the current pandemic and beyond, which is why we support the initiatives most important to our customers.

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5 Reasons Deregulated Energy Markets are Best

The idea and actual practice of deregulated energy markets as alternative energy sources to traditional power suppliers "on the grid" is still relatively new in this country. Some would argue the restructuring began in the 1970s when the Public Utilities Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) was passed and created a structure for independent power suppliers. However, it wasn't until 1992 when deregulated energy markets really became an institution with the passage of the Energy Policy Act. That legislation got rid of regulations on the price control of wholesale electricity. According to the Edison Electric Institute, the cost of generating electrons currently accounts for less than half of the price of electricity, a number that was two-thirds in 1995. Deregulated electricity has played

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