Work from Home: Energy Deregulation

Energy broker

Sounds like a real fancy position to have doesn’t it?  LOL so does waste management technician (trash man) and Assistant crew manager (the guy who works 40+ hours a week at McDonalds gets this title apparently).  You see where I’m going with this. HOWEVER, an energy broker is nothing more than a specific type of marketer.  A middle man between the consumer and the wholesale energy supplier.

The Deregulation of Energy.  

“Over the last several years, a number of states have begun to change the regulations in the energy industry to enhance competition between energy providers. The deregulation of energy has divided the utility company monopolies by separating the production of energy from it’s distribution.  This separation creates more competition. Prior to this deregulation, both electricity and natural gas were provided by local utilities or regional monopolies that controlled both the power generation and distribution channels for delivery.” (deregulationofenergy.org).

This is great news for every single one of us that reside in these deregulated states.  We have the opportunity to choose energy suppliers (gas and/or electric) instead of getting overcharged by your current ones.  Average savings could range from 10% – 20% and guess what that means?  You get to use your heat all day in the winter and AC in the summer!  In addition, energy deregulation brings forth several legitimate opportunities to earn income by just helping your family and friends, small businesses, and large companies save money the way you did!  Eassyyyyy money *kobe voice*.

KOBE DEATH STARE
This is how I feel every time I get my monthly check just for switching my warm network over! Residual income is wonderful.
As I mentioned earlier, becoming some sort of energy broker has gained some momentum as of late.  Individuals either realized the 9-5 wasn’t going to cut it anymore or they just needed some extra money on the side.  It’s not rocket science but it is difficult to get certified if you’re not working with the correct company, team or individuals.  This is a gem for everyone, especially college students lost in the Sallie Mae matrix.  Warren Buffet said “never depend on a single stream of income.  Make investments to create a second one.”

Neo = We, the people

Agent Smith = financial troubles

Below is a map of states are that are currently deregulated in the energy field.  I highly recommend that you take advantage of this, if you reside in any of these states.  I happen to know of an easy/hassle-free and legitimate alternative which involves saving money on your utilities and/or making a substantial amount of income helping people do the same.  The company possesses A1 credentials, including but not limited to, accreditation on the BBB with an A+ rating.  Please feel free to use the contact form below!

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