Posted August 19, 2016 by Alexandria Houstoun
Direct Energy employees arrived at the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware earlier this week dressed in superhero capes, and they were accompanied by Delaware State Senators Harris McDowell, Colin Bonini, and Greg Lavelle as well as State Representatives Helene Keeley, Mike Mulrooney, and Debra Heffernan. But everyone was REALLY there to see some well-known caped crusaders.
Posted July 22, 2016 by Adam P. Newton
Investing in people and charities doing great work in the communities we serve is a foundational aspect of who Direct Energy is as a company.
Posted July 20, 2016 by Vernon Trollinger
Welcome to the July 2016 edition of the Direct Energy Buzz! This month we’re going to take a peek at the progress of technology we covered back in May 2014, investigate potential pitfalls within the Internet of Things, and then blink in astonishment at how our own children mold our energy wasting behaviors whether we want them to or not.
Posted June 24, 2016 by Adam P. Newton
Gather the Food and Supplies Your Family Needs Before a Storm Arrives
When a hurricane, tornado, or major weather event is heading your way, the last thing on your mind is collecting what your family and home need once the storm has passed. That’s the whole point of being prepared – collecting these essentials in advance of actually needing them so you can focus on keeping your family safe. With Direct Energy’s Hurricane Preparedness Checklist, you now have a single resource to help you assemble exactly what you and your family will need to stay dry, fed, and protected in the event your normal life is disrupted by severe weather.
Posted June 17, 2016 by Vernon Trollinger
Welcome to the June 2016 edition of the Direct Energy Buzz! This month, we will discuss carbon capture technology that rapidly converts carbon dioxide (CO2) into limestone, how a 19th century railroad idea can store electricity, and how well the stack effect powers high-rise urban living.
Posted June 16, 2016 by Melissa Hand
During May, the Direct Energy Innovation to Inspiration mobile exhibit made its way to two US state capitols – Boston, MA and Harrisburg, PA. Direct Energy met with legislators, regulators, capitol staffers, students, startups, energy industry professionals, and local customers. At each stop, visitors had the opportunity to interact with our innovative tools and technology.