As one of America’s leading competitive energy providers, we recognize our responsibility to help our communities throughout the country — not only by providing business and home energy services, but by spreading positive energy everywhere we go.
We strive to serve from the ground up, from our local residents to the small businesses they run all the way to their communities at large. Last year we had an abundance of opportunities to give back — and our employees stepped up in a big way!
Along with always providing above-and-beyond service to all of our customers, our employees have branched out into their communities to help with the unique needs in each area. Together, we have built homes for families and helped feed people across the country. Not only that, we’ve matched employee pledges and have been able to contribute to wonderful causes and nonprofits.
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Being a part of Constellation is about so much more than providing competitive pricing and innovative energy options. Thank you to all of our amazing employees. With the help of everyone on our team, we are actively changing the energy around us and putting it to good use for our world!
The only thing “small” about Small Business Saturday is the size of the businesses that participate in this increasingly popular shopping holiday. If you’re struggling to brainstorm awesome marketing ideas for a small business—or you’re getting a late start—Constellation is here to help!
As talk of water shortages becomes more common in the United States, as well as in other countries around the world, water-conserving initiatives and regulations are becoming the norm. One way to handle this is to install high-efficiency toilets vs.
Constellation recently named 96 new grant recipients through its Community Champions program, which is dedicated to honoring local nonprofit organizations in the 27 states Constellation services. Constellation and StarTex Power customers are able to apply for a grant up to $500 that benefits local non-profits with missions spanning education, youth development and environmental projects.
Twenty five percent of survey participants in FEMA’s 2011 survey said the cost of preparing for a hurricane and confusion surrounding hurricane preparedness meant they did not take as many steps to secure their home as they could have! At Constellation, we wanted to make the process of preparing for a hurricane easier.