(PRWEB) January 08, 2014
Energy Deregulation has hit the country and it is here to stay. So what does energy deregulation mean for homeowners across the nation? Basically put, energy deregulation will mean the minimizing of monopolizing the energy industry. Deregulation allows consumers to choose where they buy their power, much as they can choose their long-distance company. While the National Policy Act of 1978 and later the Energy Policy Act of 1992 provide open access for all electricity suppliers to the U.S. power grid, implementation of deregulation was left up to the individual states. Deregulation saves millions of dollars for millions of people every month on their utility bills.
Now that Energy+1 has recently opened its doors in Concord, California these residents can also join in on saving with their utilities! It's a very exciting time and the company is happy to announce more offices opening in the upcoming months. Energy+1 is also looking forward to hiring new potential agents in the area. Those who are interested in applying may do so at http://energyplus1.com/career-opportunities.
Employees of Energy+1 are great customer service representatives for local utilities. They are instillers of education for the deregulation industry. Once they take a look at your utility bill, they will be able to determine if switching could save you money. Sometimes this doesn’t necessarily mean saving money one each and every bill – but instead stabilizing your bill and drastically reducing certain fluctuating months.
While deregulating, states can also choose where energy comes from – whether it comes from natural resources or renewable ones. Consumers, in turn, can also get this form of energy and still keep their energy provider—the provider is just feeding their house or business energy from a new source. It is a great opportunity to reduce your personal carbon footprint and save the planet one house at time!
On an “energy tour” with Bill Gates, multi billionaire Warren Buffett, learned all he could about the energy industry. They, like many other industry leaders realize that now is the time to be interested in the energy business.
This is also a great opportunity for aspiring individuals. Those who are interested in making a living through energy deregulation should apply at http://www.energyplus1.com today. Not only has the company been quite successful, but the pay has also been very lucrative for the individual salesmen. It has been reported that most of the crews make $20 to $30 an hour.
An exciting aspect about an Energy+1 job is that individuals need no prior experience to sales or canvassing. This is a great way for individuals who maybe did not receive a higher education, to create a future in the sales industry. Energy+1 also hires veterans who have just left the military and are looking for a place of employment. Energy+1 takes pride in hiring veterans. The company views it as serving those who have already served our country.
Energy+1 is an all around great resource for those looking for a job and those who might just want to lower their utility bill. Money saved can go to a number of things like vacations, mortgages and more! It is an exciting time to be in the energy business and the company hopes to perpetuate the good news.
More about Energy+1
At Energy+1 we believe that everyone should have the freedom to choose where their energy comes from. Whether it’s renewable or simply more moderate, we want to give you the power to choose. Energy+1 also hires people in office locations such as Pittsburgh, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago and Northern California. Applicants are encouraged to apply online at http://www.energyplus1.com.